When you envision an effective business leader, you might picture a Wall Street executive ringing the opening bell, being interviewed by CNBC or representing a company at a ribbon cutting event.
Being a leader, however, is more than serving in these high profile roles. It involves critical thinking, compassionate listening and creative problem-solving. No matter the industry or the size of a company, today's business leaders must be well versed in many areas, including effective supervision, strategic planning, informed decision making, entrepreneurship and innovation, human resource management and competencies that nurture collaborative teamwork and lead to positive change.
Le Moyne's Management and Leadership Program provides individuals with these skills, combined with Jesuit principles and values that emphasize ethics, personal integrity, a commitment to excellence and building a more just and sustainable society. Our pedagogy is enriched with simulations, cases, role plays, internships, team projects, and guest lecturers, and courses are taught by a faculty whose own business experience brings history and reality to the classroom every day.
No matter what type of business you’re in, the ability to see problems from multiple perspectives is key. A Jesuit business leadership education does just that. With your liberal arts background and our emphasis on caring for the whole person, you’ll be poised to take on positions that call for ethical, reflective, and critically aware leadership, no matter what type of business you’ll help manage.