Master’s in Management
Strategy and purpose: keys to economic return
The strategy and purpose of the company are decisive elements
So says the World Economic Forum. To protect the benefits and value of stakeholders, the company must demonstrate its unique positive impact. Both on people and on the planet.
Soft skills: essential for navigating in uncertain contexts
Clear and consistent communication. Transparency and leadership that adapts to change. Empathy that builds employee trust. These are the 3 soft skills that are essential to chart the right course in uncertain times, according to Linkedin.
Leadership can influence employee engagement levels
By as much as 70%, for better or worse, as the World Economic Forum states. And the level of team engagement is critical to the success of any business. So the type of leadership put in place will be decisive.
Why study Management at eserp?
Learn from those who have the experience. eserp's speakers have a solid track record that makes them benchmark professionals in the management field.
An immersive training experience. Explore real business cases through the use of technologies and simulations, combining online and offline environments. Flexible training to develop your e-skills.
Adaptation to change, leadership, strategic vision. We incorporate some of the soft skills that the World Economic Forum considers essential in our programmes under the Skill stacking methodology.
What are your professional goals? Through mentoring and coaching sessions, we accompany and advise you to design your career plan or reorient it. Or even to start building your personal brand.
Our Masters in Management
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What our students say
“This Master’s Degree helped me to understand the concept of a global vision in a company and to take on leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship and planning roles. It gave me the opportunity to strengthen and enhance my administrative skills and become a well-rounded professional.”
Master in Business and Strategic Management Alumni.