Designed to develop your executive leadership skills, our Career Impact Programme enables you to perform at the very highest level, maximising your chances of securing senior managerial positions on graduation.
The programme will give you the tools, support and resources to help you plan and manage your future career. These include:
Dedicated 1:1 Careers Coaching
You select your 1:1 mentor from a choice of high calibre business executives, matched to your individual aspirations and desired career path. They will support you throughout your MBA, and for the 100 days following your graduation.
Careers Guidance and Information
A more traditional course of tailored support such as 1:1 appointments, e-guidance and help with CVs, applications and career enquiries. You will also have access to past MBA students through the Alumni mentoring scheme.
Career Impact Workshops
We provide a comprehensive programme of workshops, designed to help you identify your career options, increase self-awareness, and realise your potential. These include:
Leadership and Team Development – a two day residential programme in the Norfolk countryside, this is an opportunity to test your leadership and team working abilities in a practical outdoor setting, including 360° analysis of your individual and group skills
A London residential – a three-day stay in one of the world’s top trading cities includes visits to businesses, and talks from senior business professionals. In 2015, students visited the Bank of England, PWC Consulting, The Institute of Directors, Apple, Samsung, and The Emirates stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club
Managing your mind – a session focusing on managing your thoughts and emotions to ensure you deliver high levels of performance in high pressure situations
1:1 CV advisory sessions and coaching – helping your CV stand out from the crowd; this continues 100 days after programme completion to facilitate transition back into the workplace
Executive careers recruitment and selection programme – how to build an executive career using experience-based learning methodologies
Personality preferences – understanding your personality preferences is fundamental to self-development, and effective career management
Career options – understanding what employers look for in the MBA job market.