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Three Things Managers Should Do Every Day

Did you know a skillful and inspiring manager can make the difference between acceptable results and a higher level of performance? While it’s easy to hold a title, it’s far more important that managers inspire a higher standard of excellence and team engagement. Join Miles Davis, Ph.D., dean of Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr. […]

Ashley Cross at Shenandoah University Byrd School of Business Symposium

Top 10 Tips: Getting a Job After Graduation

College graduation is the culmination of years and years of effort. And yet, it also thrusts you into something new: the world of job seekers. Searching for and landing your first job out of college can be an eye-opening and daunting experience. However, two graduates of Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business […]

Stock photo called "torn wire isolated" for story on battling burnout

How to Battle Business Burnout

You’re tired and feel overworked, as if nothing you do will ever be enough. You don’t sleep well, you’re eating junky food, and you’re taking longer to complete your work. You’re less involved with your family. Your shoulders and neck ache. You may have developed some health problems. Welcome to burnout. While it’s not pleasant […]

Alumni Successes

Ashley Cross at Shenandoah University Byrd School of Business Symposium

Top 10 Tips: Getting a Job After Graduation

College graduation is the culmination of years and years of effort. And yet, it also thrusts you into something new: the world of job seekers. Searching for and landing your first job out of college can be an eye-opening and daunting experience. However, two graduates of Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business […]

Greg Van Sickler

Where in the World is Greg Van Sickler?

By Samantha Robson ’12 WINCHESTER, Va. – As we enjoy nice cold January weather here in the northern Shenandoah Valley, Greg Van Sickler ’11 is continuing his baseball career in beautiful 90-degree weather.  He lives two minutes from the Indian Ocean and hears ‘Gidday’ on a daily basis. Can anyone guess where he is? Yes, Greg is […]

Ashley Greis and others

Alumna Remembers Mother’s Service Through 5K Fundraiser

Ashley Greis ’10 remembers the frustration she and her two siblings had when their mother left them at all hours of the day to help victims of sexual assault. Greis’ mother was one of the founders of Virginia’s Augusta Regional S.A.N.E. (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Program. She was on call at all times ready to comfort […]

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