Enhancing the leadership discovery journey for senior business leaders
Helping You To Create Your Future
Are you ready to be a better you?
Look no further than the Nanyang EMBA Strategic Career Management (SCM) programme.
As part of the Nanyang Executive MBA (EMBA) programme at Nanyang Business School (NBS), part of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, this specially-designed careers segment was created to meet the unique needs of our EMBA participants, who are seeking to advance to senior leadership roles with more workplace responsibilities. This non-credit module designed for Nanyang EMBA enhances the learning and developmental experience of senior business leaders enrolled in the programme.
Our Nanyang EMBA participants will gain a holistic view of their true selves based on their career, personal aspirations and individual strengths.
The SCM programme is a platform curated to strategically review your career goals, to achieve your fullest leadership potential in an ever-changing, uncertain world, so that you may become a better you.
Two Teams, One Goal: You
Working closely together, Nanyang Business School’s Graduate Studies Career Development Office (GSCDO) and our team of leadership coaches will be with you throughout your journey.
Through insightful workshops, exercises, and conversations, the team of career professionals and leadership coaches will help you build a life-long professional network that you can tap into throughout your career.
A Self-Leadership Discovery Journey
We bring the latest leadership views and insights into the classroom through close ties with industry partners, putting theory into practice. What’s more, our leadership coaches have all walked the leadership journey themselves. Together with the career development experience of GSCDO, you will get to:
- Sharpen your career goals and destination
- Discover your passion and personal development areas
- Expand your professional network, including with alumni and executive recruiters
- Become a better leader in an ever-changing world