The Mendoza College of Business partnered with Poets & Quants to create a podcast series providing an inside look at the Notre Dame MBA and what makes the program special from those who know it best, students, staff and faculty. Listen now to hear more about the Notre Dame MBA.
Episode 1: Advance Your Career In Just One Year
“Notre Dame is such a special place. Once I got to campus, felt like it was home.” Tiffany Lee, MBA ’17, leveraged the Notre Dame one-year MBA – as well as the vast career services offerings and alumni network – to take her business skills to the next level. Being a part of a smaller cohort provides opportunities for you to create more personal connections with your peers and professors, as well as to get more individual and personalized attention from Career Services. Lee joined John Byrne to talk about the connections created at Notre Dame, the experience of being a student at Notre Dame and the legendary alumni network. Listen now to hear more from Tiffany Lee.
Episode 2: The Undervalued Skill For Your Career
Communication is a crucial skill recruiters look for when hiring but an often overlooked piece of the typical MBA. In this episode of the Notre Dame podcast series with Poets & Quants, Dr. Amanda McKendree joins John Byrne to discuss how the Notre Dame MBA works to develop this key ability to best position you for after graduation and how the Notre Dame MBA will provide you with the toolkit to move your communication skills forward. Listen now to hear how you can answer key questions from recruiters about communication.
Episode 3: One Skill To Be A Better Leader
Trust is the bedrock of commerce, and the Notre Dame MBA empowers you to ask more of business and of yourself. Chris Adkins has researched not only the psychological elements that go into being a more empathetic leader but the neuroscience behind it too. He uses the knowledge gained in research and in consulting Fortune 100 companies to give students the tools to be better leaders. Listen now as Adkins joins John Byrne to discuss why empathy is a key skill for leaders.