Giving Students The Confidence To Land Jobs

The biggest reason job candidates struggle during the job search is lack of confidence in Networking, Interviewing and Articulating their Strengths. How do you prepare someone to be more confident in themselves? Let me show you how. 

 
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Here's How We Help Students Land Jobs

Impress When Networking
Discover Your Superpowers
Think Like A CEO
The Business 360 Framework
Leadership & Confidence
Network Like A Rockstar
Impress When Networking
Discover Your Superpowers
Think Like A CEO
The Business 360 Framework
Leadership & Confidence
Network Like A Rockstar

Danielle Glynn-Kavanagh

Senior Director - University of San Francisco

"I met Rushab a few years back after listening to his session at MBA CSEA and his insights instantly connected with me on how our students need to start thinking big picture when preparing for interviews. His framework is the model we try to use but now he comes yearly to USF to actually assist students with the tools on how to directly impact their employment outcomes."

Hi Everyone, I'm Rushab!

There are so many elements required to prepare a student to be a top talent for job recruitment.

Although I've been hosting workshops at top MBA & MS programs for almost a decade...

  • I've been through the rigors of an MBA program
  • I've gone through the whirlwind of networking
  • I've been through the grueling job interview process

I recognize and understand what they need to succeed.

I've been helping students Think & Talk Business to land jobs since 2013. I do this through The Business 360 Framework - a "one-size fits-all" blueprint that gives a 30,000 foot view of business.

My framework has been taught to C-Level executives at companies such as Forbes, to top Masters programs across the country and to entrepreneurs from various industries.

Let me show you how the Thinking Business can elevate your student's chances of landing a dream job.

Rushab Kamdar
Founder

What Job Candidates Learn From Our Workshops

Impress When Networking

Everyone talks about how to network, but what do you do when you are in front of someone.

It's important to stand out when talking to recruiters, hiring managers or other professionals.

So, how do you create "business rapport"?

In our workshops, we show students how to talk the language of business, build relationships and impress during networking.

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Impress When Networking

Everyone talks about how to network, but what do you do when you are in front of someone.

It's important to stand out when talking to recruiters, hiring managers or other professionals.

So, how do you create "business rapport"?

In our workshops, we show students how to talk the language of business, build relationships and impress during networking.

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Akshay A.

"Thank you for a wonderful, inspiring and insightful session, sir. It was truly an honour to listen to you. The framework you shared is just spectacular and I look forward to using it on a daily basis."

Elizabeth C.

"I recently graduated from USF with an MBA and I am going through the job hunting journey. Your presentation Think and Talk Business to Land a Job was beyond helpful! Thank you!"

Karan G.

"Hi Rushab. I prepared for my interview today using The Business 360 Framework. It was super helpful, especially when they asked why I wanted to work for their company, which I easily answered thanks to you."

Discover Your Superpowers

Most job candidates struggle with highlighting their strengths. One of the hardest questions to answer during the job interview process is "Why should we hire you?".

Our workshops introduce a 3-step blueprint to students that will guide them in doing a self-audit which will allow them to discover what they bring to the table.

By knowing their strengths, candidates build confidence in themselves and their abilities. They will not be left scrambling for answers during the interview process, but rather will be able to effectively articulate their value and fit to any organization

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Discover Your Superpowers

Most job candidates struggle with highlighting their strengths. One of the hardest questions to answer during the job interview process is "Why should we hire you?".

Our workshops introduce a 3-step blueprint to students that will guide them in doing a self-audit which will allow them to discover what they bring to the table.

By knowing their strengths, candidates build confidence in themselves and their abilities. They will not be left scrambling for answers during the interview process, but rather will be able to effectively articulate their value and fit to any organization

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Josephine Z.

"Rushab you are a talented public speaker and you thoroughly understand business. More importantly, you taught us a complicated concept in a very understandable way. I really resonated with your strategies on networking. Even my classmates said your presentation was remarkable because we don't ever learn to see the big picture."

Souman B.

"Hi Rushab, I think your presentation was really wonderful, especially the framework. I had been watching Shark Tank for a long time but never thought of it using your framework. It was really enlightening for me. Hopefully, we can have you for an entire day in future sessions. Thank you for coming in and sharing your insights with us!"

Rohini A.

"Hi Rushab, I enjoyed your session and especially your framework. Your insights related to networking was very useful. I always felt it was challenging on how to connect when networking and that the other person doesn’t take it in transactional way. Your Amazon.com case study example is very helpful. Thank you again for sharing your thoughts."

Think Like A CEO

CEOs require the ability to have a 30,000-foot view of business. That means seeing the big picture.

When job candidates can get an all-encompassing view of business, they can connect the dots in many areas, such as:

  • Building Strategy

  • Analyzing Business Scenarios

  • Networking

  • Identifying Fit

  • Cross-Functional Delegation

  • Team Building

  • Leadership

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Think Like A CEO

CEOs require the ability to have a 30,000-foot view of business. That means seeing the big picture.

When job candidates can get an all-encompassing view of business, they can connect the dots in many areas, such as:

  • Building Strategy

  • Analyzing Business Scenarios

  • Networking

  • Identifying Fit

  • Cross-Functional Delegation

  • Team Building

  • Leadership

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Odalys M.

"Hi Rushab, Thank you for your presentation at Baruch! I really think the art of talking business should be taught in a full semester course. It's really important. I liked The Business 360 Framework as I think it focuses on a critical skill-gap many MBA students have. Again, thank you!"

Niklas M.

"Hi Rushab, appreciate your insights from the workshop earlier today! Very cool to now know a Drexel Alumni that accomplished as much as you! I've already been practicing with the framework and it's been quite eye-opening. I love how you talked about preparing for your 30 second pitch using your 6 Board Members of Business."

Vivian H.

"I have always struggled and felt overwhelmed when I have to talk about myself in an interview. Your workshop really sheds lights on how I can improve my interview skills by utilizing your framework's method. I have worked with some career coaches before but none of them addressed this challenging area like you did. You are amazing and thank you again."

What Is The Business 360 Framework?

The Business 360 Framework takes the components of business and separates them into 7 buckets so that they are organized and structured.

None of the buckets overlap. Management consultants call this MECE (Mutually Exclusive, Collectively Exhaustive).

In fact, I created this framework when I graduated from my MBA program and was interviewing at consulting companies such as McKinsey, Oliver Wyman, Alix Partners, E&Y and others.

The benefit of organizing business components into their own buckets allows us to connect-the-dots on multiple facets, which allows us to Think and Talk Business with ease.

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What Is The Business 360 Framework?

The Business 360 Framework takes the components of business and separates them into 7 buckets so that they are organized and structured.

None of the buckets overlap. Management consultants call this MECE (Mutually Exclusive, Collectively Exhaustive).

In fact, I created this framework when I graduated from my MBA program and was interviewing at consulting companies such as McKinsey, Oliver Wyman, Alix Partners, E&Y and others.

The benefit of organizing business components into their own buckets allows us to connect-the-dots on multiple facets, which allows us to Think and Talk Business with ease.

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Leadership & Confidence

Confidence is one of the biggest reasons job candidates struggle when searching for a job. Our workshops can help students build confidence, while also strengthening their leadership skills. 

Executive Presence & Mindset

Leadership is very subjective. It can mean different things to different people. However, there are core traits that make an effective leader. Traits that can help those see the big picture and treat everyone with respect. Sometimes, there are areas that need to be worked on to become a great leader. Areas such as presence, mindset, limiting beliefs, imposter syndrome, motivation, empathy and culture.

Experiential & Strategy Sessions

Being responsible for a business requires a certain executive approach. There are high-level decisions to be made, strategies to develop, multiple hats to wear and delegating core functions. Having students participate in strategy simulations, startup simulations, team building exercises and be introduced to real world stories of companies that have succeed and failed are extremely impactful

Communication & Presentations

A large part of the professional world, including networking, interviewing and creating relationships is communication. It's an integral skill to all students, especially to introverted and/or international students. Additionally, being able to effectively present, whether in class or in the office, is vital to upward mobility in an organization. Schedule a call to learn more about our workshop on communications.

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Kimbrelyn Austin

Director - Texas A&M Mays School of Business

"We appreciate you sharing Business 360 Framework with our Mays MBA students. Thank you for making time to travel to College Station and present to us at Texas A&M University - Mays Business School! On a personal note, I look forward to testing my own business skills using your framework tool while I'm watching Shark Tank!"

 

 

Introducing The Rockstar Experience

 

To Create ONE Epic On-Campus Experience

 

 

Introducing The Rockstar Experience

To Create ONE Epic On-Campus Workshop

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Anushree R.

"Hi Rushab! Your workshop was one of my favorites during orientation and certainly made me think about how to best network with people. Everyone I spoke with found the framework and the networking tops very useful. In fact, my group used the framework for our very first case we got the next day. Thank you again for a wonderful presentation!"

Vedant M.

"Hi Rushab! I enjoyed attending your virtual workshop today. Thank you for your time. I'm actively recruiting with start-ups post-MBA, & also having informational conversations with INSEAD alumni. Your Business 360 Framework will definitely help guide my future conversations. Looking forward to staying connected. Thank you again!"

Sonia G.

"Hi Rushab, my name is Sonia. Amazing presentation on the Think Business 360 talk you did for Santa Clara Univeristy today! Your methodologies and examples got me thinking in a very different mindset on how to land a job. Would love to stay connected and reach out sometime! Thank you so much!"

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