The world desperately needs informed business people who can guide, inspire, and lead in a way that makes others want to follow. The following business and leadership resources offer an opportunity for you to connect your passions with your purpose, as well as learn about PLNU’s bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business and leadership.
Business & Leadership
Follow these GMAT guidelines to help you ace the test and qualify yourself for spots in desirable graduate programs like PLNU’s Daytime and Evening MBA programs.
Learn how a degree in organizational leadership equips you to become a better leader and more marketable in any team environment.
So you’re considering the graduate school adventure! Here are ten reasons why earning an advanced degree can help you meet your needs on every level, from physiological to self-actualization.
If your current job leaves you feeling drained and disconnected, it may be time to start exploring other options. Exploring and pursuing a new career while still in your current job may seem difficult, but adult degree options at PLNU are designed to help you do just that.
Certain deal-breakers on your resume could make for a sour first impression or cost you the job opportunity altogether. Here’s how to ease your job-market blues and craft a resume that attracts the right attention.
Learn how to implement leadership strategies in the workplace can benefit you, your co-workers, your manager, and your company.
See how marketing can give you a unique competitive advantage in your work, regardless of the career you want to pursue.
Warren Bartolome, a past LinkedIn Data Scientist and current hiring manager at Apple, provides tips and tricks to optimize your LinkedIn profile.
Social media is a much-needed tool for entrepreneurs, brands, and businesses to reach a broad audience. Get the basics for success on the Big Four of social media: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
If you want to advance in your company, earn a higher salary, or step into a leadership role, a master's degree in business administration or organizational leadership is a great next step. Learn the differences between the two here.