How to grow professionally with an MBA: a headhunter’s perspective
Why an MBA? For many candidates, an MBA means a professional growth in terms of skills or a career change: developing new competencies, generating a new and stronger company network, developing self-marketing strategies.
But which competencies are companies and Headhunters looking for? How can MBAs help candidates in achieving their professional goal?
On Saturday, May 18th at 10AM, MIP Politecnico di Milano will be pleased to answer this and many more questions interacting with our guest Massimo Secco d’Aragona, Headhunter – Practice Leader in Badenoch & Clark. In addition to him, two MBA Alumni, Alessandro Alberici – Senior Operations Manager in Amazon e Nicola Draghi, Pathways Operations Manager in Amazon, , who succesfully completed both the Part Time and Full Time MBA at MIP, will join the presentation since they are now themselves recruiting new talents.
During the event you will have the chance to learn more about our International MBA programs (International Full Time MBA, International Part Time MBA, Distance Learning MBA), designed to accelerate the professional growth of all our students by preparing them to face the new challenges of the job market.
The event will finish at 1 PM with a light lunch of networking during which you will meet other like-minded professionals, who just like you are willing to undertake an MBA.
The Recruitment Staff will be at your complete disposal for any questions you may have, as well as to meet you for a dedicated info session. Should you have any questions or need help attending the event, please write to email@example.com
About the speaker
|Massimo Secco d’Aragona
Massimo was born and grew up in Milan where he graduated in Economics. After the bachelor, he started his professional career in the head hunting world.
After two and half years he moved to the most important private and independent Swiss Asset Management company as Relationship Manager. During this period, he worked between Milan, Luxembourg and Geneva with the aim of developing the Italian market.
Having developed a strong interest in international markets, he made a decision to move to France.
In Paris Massimo started to work for an international head hunting company with headquarter in Paris and branches across the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Here, he was in charge of the Banking and Financial services sector worldwide and for the industrial sector in Europe with a specific focus on the Italian market.
After Paris Massimo moved to London and came back to Milan in October 2016 as a Practice Leader for Badenoch and Clark launching the Consulting division.