Executive MBA students in Cohort 11 are eager to share their Professional Development Plan (PDP) with their course faculty, Dr. Michelle DeMoss and Dr. Greg McCann. This month long project involved strenuous focus, soul searching, and discussions with professional leaders/co-workers and personal friends/family alike. Dr. McCann, with expertise in leadership development, utilized the Professional Development […]
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Stetson University’s Executive MBA Cohort 10 students participated in our 1st “Family Day” in late October, co-hosted by Dr. McCann and Dr. DeMoss and the Executive MBA team. The event was held for two purposes: 1) To be introduced to the cohort’s “support system” 2) To hear from both students and their respective “support system” […]
By Christina Laemers Stetson University Executive MBA Cohort 9 student Walt Disney Co. Communications Manager “It was the most difficult and most rewarding thing I’ve ever done.” This was the sobering, yet optimistic testimonial I collected from Darcy, a long-time colleague and friend who, only a month prior, had donned a cap and gown and […]
Posted in Academics, Balancing Responsibilities, Cohort 4, Cohort 5, Cohort 7, Cohort 8, Cohort 9, Faculty, General Information, International Trip, School and Career, School and Family on Aug 11th, 2011
Stetson University Center at Celebration was buzzing with excitement last night, Aug. 10, as a diverse group of 14 women and 11 men from nine corporations gathered for the first time as Stetson University Executive MBA Cohort 9. The Cohort 9 orientation dinner was an opportunity for the students to meet each other, members of […]
It often feels like 24 hours isn’t enough time in a day to get your job done and your home organized, especially when you’re also trying to raise children, energize your marriage or exercise and eat properly. So how could you possibly fit in an MBA program on top of all that and expect to […]
Consider this business proposal: Build a luxury hotel resort condominium on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast that will have rapid initial sales and maintain high occupancy rates. Call it the Tropical Sands. Give it 84 two-bedroom units with many amenities, including balconies with views of both ocean and jungle. Build it in the country’s hottest destination, […]