Two weeks ago today, I graduated from the Global MBA programme at IE Business School. It was exactly as I thought it would be: an anticlimax.
Recently, I decided I needed a break from my MBA and attended a yoga retreat to decompress and relax. To my pleasant surprise, the weekend offered a beginner’s introduction to meditation, a practice that I had been very interested in starting.
One of the keys to conflict resolution is not to fight anyone else’s battles. IE blogger Lynne Hoey recently put lessons learned from her organisational behaviour class to the test
With only a few months to go before she graduates, MBA blogger Lynne Hoey has lost her drive and energy, along with many of her classmates. The pressure of the programme, combined with full-time work, is taking its toll
Although studying for an MBA can be all consuming, FT blogger Lynne Hoey says it is important to remember that family and friends also need attention
Blogger Lynne Hoey is now more than halfway through her MBA programme. It has been an enjoyable experience, but she underestimated the workload, not fully appreciating that a part-time course is still a full-time work load.
Changing jobs during the course of the MBA is a daunting task, especially when it involves considerable travel. Lynne Hoey advises on the steps to consider before making the leap
Well done IE GMBA class of 2014 for surviving the first four months and making it to the well deserved summer break! Got to love Europe and the month-long vacation in August.
Working in a team would seem to be a straightforward way or working, however when you are working in a group on an MBA project teamwork takes on a whole new meaning
Already two classes – marketing and financial accounting – are almost finished for one blogger, seven weeks into the programme. The MBA is hard work, however the highs definitely outweigh the lows
What is leadership? A networking event on Mindful Leadership was an opportunity to gain a real insight into the management expertise of two Fortune 500 executives
An online programme is ticking every box for one MBA student, however the opportunity for some face-to-face time with classmates that she had only met virtually was a real boost for one blogger
The last few weeks have been busy for one blogger who is studying for her MBA online. Her 30-strong cohort hail from 21 countries and the students have been busy meeting each other online ahead of a get together at the end of this Month in Madrid
Before embarking on her MBA programme one blogger has taken the time to organise her work and her personal life in pursuit of the elusive work/life balance