What’s top of mind for MBA CSEA members in the coming year? Executive Director Megan Hendricks provides insights from our event attendance, membership survey and general buzz among CSEA volunteers.
#10 Identify innovative ways to reach non-traditional job candidates (e.g. students who seek non-traditional employment and benefits).
#9 Provide new and innovative ways to improve efficiencies in the student/employer relationship, ensuring the right employment fit.
#8 Navigate the challenge of finding employment for students without permanent work authorization in their country of choice.
#7 Utilize mindfulness and other workplace wellness techniques to improve leadership and decision-making.
#6 Maximize existing resources in the wake of increased demands – e.g. seek out ways to do more with less.
#5 Determine innovative ways to manage student expectations in the job search process.
#4 Observe job market trends for specialized masters programs and make adjustments to processes, programs and resources as needed.
#3 Utilize data and analytics – both global job market trends and locally derived information – to make informed decisions.
#2 Educate and manage expectations about business school rankings among stakeholders.
#1 Seek out ways to utilize technology to maximize process efficiency in a digital age while maintaining a high touch, personal experience.