Professional Development Workshops
The Loyola University New Orleans MBA program offers Saturday workshops led by experts from organizations that achieve the highest levels of business performance. The workshops focus on pragmatic, hands-on methods for addressing current organizational challenges.
As a commitment to the continuing professional development of our alumni, we invite graduates of our MBA program to attend these Saturday workshops at no charge.
Koch Industries representatives shed light on how Market-Based Management (MBM) has carved the path for long term viability
CEO of one of two design firms on retainer with Google, Scott Schwertly educates our students on the fine details a world class presentation.
The MBA program welcomed new students with a seminar from industry leaders on High Reliability Organizations (HRO) and the Malcolm Baldrige Frame work througout healthcare.
Emotional intelligence has been defined in a number of ways, and a key leadership competency consists of emotion-related abilities. This session discusses the importance of emotions, describes the ability-based approach to EI, its measurement, and includes hands-on applications to the workplace and leadership. Read more »
Presented by David R. Caruso, Ph.D. of Yale University
Discover how some companies are tackling the challenge of identifying, selecting, and developing leaders. This workshop will walk you through a real situation in which you will have to apply theory and research to develop a system for leadership development. Read more »
Presented by Dina LeBlanc from Dyn-Mcdermott