For the first time ever in the Chicago area, the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC), headquartered here, is launching a leadership and entrepreneurial comprehensive training program for Latina business owners. Focused on four key areas—leadership, mentoring, volunteerism and strategic business planning—the Latina Entrepreneurial Accelerated Development (LEAD) Program kicks off February 11, 2015,
Like traditional MBA students, executive MBA students complete their degrees within two years. Part-time programs, on the other hand, typically take three years to complete. Because students continue to work while in the program, they have the opportunity to put the new skills they acquire to immediate use. This “marriage” of coursework and day-to-day experience also exists in part-time MBA programs. But EMBA programs have an added advantage—the collective professional experience of class members.
Although it’s a fairly lucrative industry in general, there are some skills that pay off more than others. Whether you’re just starting out or already have experience, here are a few skills tech employers will likely be looking for in 2015.
Chances are that if you're reading this then you are looking for some job interview tips. A job interview can be stressful, and the best way to gain confidence over a job interview with a potential new employer is to become familiar with some of the job interview questions that most employers ask. In this article are 3 sample job interview questions and answers that will make you look like the right candidate for the position.
Sample Job Interview Question #1
"What is your greatest strength, and what is your greatest weakness?"