We offer the same premium services, career planning and resources to all candidates. Here’s what’s different for Executive MBAs:
Assessment and Professional Development
Just after admission and long before the first day of class, Executive MBAs undertake a series of self-assessments to determine strengths and define leadership styles. Each Executive MBA candidate creates a personal development plan with career strategies and targeted areas for growth. In addition to assessment, the Executive MBA personal development process includes feedback on team and leadership skills, optional skill-building workshops, and course material on leadership, influence, negotiation, cross-cultural management and team development. For more information, see Executive MBA Programs
Individual coaching sessions (up to 5 hours) are available to Executive MBA students and alumni. Access this service by contacting Frans VanOudenallen at firstname.lastname@example.org
A typical coaching series includes these stages:
- Self discovery/awareness
Upon completing these confidential, personal and customized coaching sessions, Executive MBAs are welcome to participate in biweekly strategy, career and networking sessions facilitated by Frans Van Oudenallen.
Job Search Resources
In addition to the resources offered on this website, Executive MBA candidates can obtain access to many Weston Career Center resources. These include CAREERlink MBA, the online recruiting system used by the Weston Career Center to manage on-campus interviews, job postings, alumni networking contacts (ProNet database), company-sponsored information sessions and events.
After an initial career discussion with Frans VanOudenallen, Executive MBAs may request access to CAREERlink MBA
or other password-protected resources.
Companies looking for experienced talent send us positions targeting a more experienced candidate. You can find these opportunities in the Alumni Job Postings.