Business Courses & Education

Business training and education

A business management course can be pursued singularly or it can be combined with specialised studies. Graduates who receive business management accreditations are prepared for managing positions in a wide range of companies. Advanced degrees and business courses can lead to high-paying positions such as CEO and Senior Manager.

Introductory business courses offer students an overview of the fundamental practices in business as they are relevant to economics, the environment and current social concerns.

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Business education institutions often provide specialised courses in addition to a curriculum that focuses on general management. This type of business education will be valuable regardless of the career that is chosen after graduation. Receiving certification through business courses also increases your marketability as a potential employee in the business world.

Find out more about the benefits of possessing a business education.

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LinkedIn etiquette

With over 225 million users, LinkedIn is the go-to tool for any business. CEOs tend to utilise LinkedIn in a different way from most other people. There are some questions about how a CEO can take advantage of LinkedIn as a social media platform: Engage existing staff with timely and relevant information?; leverage the brand by engaging with the customer?; attracting high-quality talent? The opportunities and options seem endless. Most current business courses should offer executives a strategy for how to effectively utilise LinkedIn.

Read More: LinkedIn etiquette, CEO's Desk, The CEO Institute Blog

Tips to becoming an employer of choice

Employers of choice recognise and reward employees for working collaboratively through tough times. They create career business training and development pathways and have deep and solid understanding of the needs and expectations of their key people...

Read More: Tips to becoming an employer of choice, CEO's Desk, The CEO Institute Blog

 

 

 

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