Leadership & Professional Skills

Five Tips to Make Your Work Life “Work” for our Mid-Year Graduates

In honor of tomorrow’s December Graduation Dinner, the CSE is resharing Geri Brehm’s May article, “Five Tips to Make Your Work Life ‘Work’ for our 2021 Graduates.” A huge and heartfelt congratulations to all our mid-year graduates! 

As …

By Geri Brehm
Geri Brehm Senior Associate Director Career Advising and Mentoring Geri Brehm
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Brush Up On New Skills Using LinkedIn Learning, Safari Books and More During Break

Students often ask us how to make the most of academic breaks. If you’re waiting around an airport this Thanksgiving or have extra down time this Winter break, consider learning a new skill (or brushing up on an old one!) …

By Rachel Wasdyke
Rachel Wasdyke Director, Corporate Engagement & Strategic Communications Rachel Wasdyke
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Educational Technology Workshops Offer Training in SQL, Python, Excel and Logic

November is almost here, and with it comes more opportunities to attend workshops and office hours hosted by Brandeis International Business School’s Office of Technology and Capital Projects.

Mastering SQL, Python, Excel and Logic (Concepts of Programming) will not only …

By Rachel Wasdyke
Rachel Wasdyke Director, Corporate Engagement & Strategic Communications Rachel Wasdyke
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6 Questions with Leadership Expert Antonie Knoppers ‘93, MA’95

Antonie Knoppers ‘93, MA’95, is a leadership and communication trainer, speaker and coach as well as the author of the book Leading with Presence: Fundamental Tools and Insights for Impactful, Engaging Leadership. We were able to connect with Antonie in …

By Rachel Wasdyke
Rachel Wasdyke Director, Corporate Engagement & Strategic Communications Rachel Wasdyke
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Welcome back! Orientation 2021 marks long-awaited return to campus

More than 250 students join faculty and staff for Brandeis International Business School’s official kick-off to fall semester

Tumennast Baatar, MBA’22 was thrilled to finally be on campus.

For the first time ever, this week’s orientation at Brandeis International Business …

By Career Strategies and Engagement (CSE)
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Can Massachusetts lead the FinTech revolution?

Brandeis University is contributing to a public-private coalition in Massachusetts that believes financial technology is the Bay State’s next big thing.

Brandeis is among the partners behind Mass Fintech Hub, an initiative launched earlier this month in an effort to …

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Translating Student Leadership Skills into Successful Interviews

Being a student leader, whether it be through club leadership positions or on campus employment opportunities, equips you with so many transferable skills that you can learn to leverage in job interviews. Being able to effectively translate your student leadership …

By Yvette Smith
Yvette Smith CSE Research Assistant, Former Senior Career Captain Yvette Smith
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Passion & purpose: Celebrating the Class of 2021

Brandeis International Business School graduates urged to make bold decisions, embrace diversity, equity and unity

Selim Blliku, MBA’21 came to Brandeis eager to reach new heights.

In this sense, the Class of 2021 graduate embodies the spirit …

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Thinking beyond the next quarter: Asper Award winner Deval L. Patrick reflects on the future of capitalism, expanding access for diverse entrepreneurs by Douglas Moser

Former Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick believes “short-termism” is threatening our economy, our politics and potentially our prosperity.

It’s a conclusion that has long informed Patrick’s leadership style as an attorney, business executive and public servant.

On April 22, Patrick …

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So You Want a Job in Finance? Develop Your Soft Skills!

In the finance industry, “soft” skills are as important as “hard” skills and are highly sought by employers. Soft skills encompass a wide variety of personal attributes including integrity, creative thinking, positive attitude, grit, time management, empathy, curiosity and effective …

By Jennifer Voldins
Jennifer Voldins Associate Director, Career Strategies MSF Career Coach Jennifer Voldins
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