Corporations and Recruiters
Whether you are in the profit or not for profit sector, there is no better time than the present to equip a senior manager or promising professional with the leadership skills, cross-functional knowledge and business acumen to enable your organization to not only survive, but thrive under the challenges of a global economy.
By sponsoring a high-potential manager, you will maximize the return of investment of the hire and your organization will gain a competitive edge as your managers sharpen their decision-making and problem solving skills, approach challenges and opportunities from a strategic perspective, and bring back new ideas that have a direct impact on the bottom line.
The investment accrues throughout the program as students expand their network of contacts across a wide range of industries and establish close relationships that can help your business grow. In return, the Loyola EMBA also has a positive ripple effect on others in your firm who will benefit from the class lessons as well.
Without doubt, the Loyola MBA is both a short-term and long-term gain in your human capital.
As Jack Welch, the legendary former chairman and CEO of General Electric said, “An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.”
From day one, students bring new skills and best practices back to the workplace to drive future growth and create value. The benefits are immediate. Students will apply the lessons learned to your current business challenges. Along the way, they will gain important skills in time management and delegation as well as learn how to facilitate meetings and deliver polished presentations.
Corporate sponsorship offers a high return on investment and contributes to your company’s success by providing real-time solutions and innovative business ideas to problems presented in an uncertain economy.
Read through our employer testimonials to see tangible results of a Sellinger graduate.