Everything in The School of Business is about teams. Sometimes you will be in charge and sometimes you may not. The easiest way to fail as a leader is to not follow when you are being led. People remember when you help them to achieve their vision and pay it forward when it’s your turn.
PSU School of Business Recruitment Marketing Manager Corinne Gould recently interviewed MBA candidate Nathaniel Goldberg about his first term of remote education. A professional educator and graduate student, Goldberg offered some key takeaways from his experience.
To those who are considering whether or not to start school while you have a child at home, it can be a rewarding and transformational experience, but you will certainly face challenges along the way. My family and I have emerged from the experience stronger and ready to take whatever life throws at us.
I quickly learned that at Portland State, graduate business education is rooted in values of access, equity and socially-conscious change influence. It’s not “business as usual” here. Others across the higher ed landscape have been positioning themselves toward similar values for some time. In my experience, though, it’s still rare that those values truly live in the people, practices and leadership responsible for carrying them through. These values live here.