BLOG: New year, new challenge…I am studying for an MBA

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December 21, 2019

BLOG: New year, new challenge…I am studying for an MBA

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Anthony McCormack

New year…new challenge. I have decided to study for an MBA (Master of Business Administration).

For those of you who aren’t aware of an MBA, it’s an internationally-recognised degree designed to develop the skills required for careers in business and management.

I like to see myself as a lifelong learner and a big believer in education. So this is something that I am really looking forward to getting my teeth stuck into.

As part of developing my business, Macstaff, I realise the need to develop the business owner…and that’s me.

Studying for an MBA

My current career objectives, reviewed regularly, are to become a multi-entrepreneur and millionaire. This will be achieved through a portfolio business strategy. I am a great believer in aiming high.

Studying for an MBA will help focus my personal development efforts which currently comprise of a raft of books, podcasts and seminars.

I will be tackling an Executive MBA in Human Capital which is also classified as a Level 7 apprenticeship.

It will also bring academic rigour back into my learning and with the marvel of neuroplasticity*, the process will actually help me be a more capable learner in future.

I love learning and this is why I am so excited to get started.

More specifically, the MBA will bring me up to date with HR and recruitment best practice, something that will be invaluable when running a business like Macstaff.

Business Mindset

It will also give me both credibility and kudos and allow me to improve my strategic business mindset and my financial/numerical literacy.

Due to the affiliation with esteemed organisations including APSCO, Grant Thornton and Cranfield University, the MBA also provides an excellent opportunity to expand my network.

In recruitment, I firmly believe that “your network is your net-worth” as New York Times best-selling author and public speaker, Tim Sanders once said.

I like meeting new people and there could be potential new clients and candidates on the course. Securing an MBA will, I expect, also give me an affiliation with the wider global MBA community.

I hope the MBA will help me dream, design, plan and deliver further growth of Macstaff. I don’t intend to be standing still in 2020.

To find out more about first class recruitment consultancy services from Anthony McCormack and Macstaff, do reach out now, wherever you see this blog.

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*I don’t use long words that often, so I thought I had better add this on…