"Leadership is a verb," says author and M. Keith Weikel speaker Chris Westfall. "Leadership is understood and demonstrated in action. It's not just about the words you choose." Read on for five ways you can be a better leader right now.
From a community planner in Tennessee to an executive at American Express, Susan Chapman-Hughes (MBA ’98) has had an unconventional career path. She shared her perspective on life and leadership as part of WSB's M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.
The Wisconsin Evening and Executive MBA programs support, educate, and help advance the careers of professionals living in Wisconsin. The MBA programs’ students come together from wide-ranging industries to grow their skills and earn their degrees while they work.
Everything Deanna Singh does begins with a purpose: shift power to marginalized communities. The CEO, author, entrepreneur, and nonprofit leader visited Wisconsin MBA students to outline the four key qualities that help her accomplish her goals.
Based on her own life experience and her new research on minority women and corporate boards, WSB's Maria Triana shares tips on how professional women can keep moving forward in spite of the challenges.