We are living through a radical transformation of the workforce, workplaces, and the way we work. The future of work is coming faster than organisations can keep up, and professionals are sprinting to bridge the skills gap and meet new demands.
Failure is a part of all of our lives even when we give our best effort. Promising businesses often fail, professional athletes miss their shots, and star students get questions wrong.
With a new world of opportunity open to professionals, more people are looking to higher education to aid their career pivot or transition into leadership roles.
Organisations of all types need middle managers to spur innovation and facilitate growth. Supervisors, administrators, and department heads connect executives to rank-and-file workers.
Women in leadership are changing the world. The rise of female leadership in communities, businesses, and political positions redefines outdated ideas of what it means to be an effective leader.
In a digitally connected world with advanced online learning platforms, internationally recognised programmes, and competitive markets — students are looking for an online experience that will meet their evolving needs.
The increasingly global nature of commerce requires leaders with dynamic skill sets. Dr. Eliseo Vilalta-Perdomo’s career embodies this dynamism.