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MDC Alumnus and Music Mogul Gives MDC Business Students Lessons on Leadership and Success


Entertainment mogul and MDC alumnus Emilio Estefan shared his views on leadership and business with students last month.

Miami, March 8, 2012 - Miami Dade College (MDC) business students received some invaluable lessons in leadership and the tools for success from entertainment mogul and MDC alumnus Emilio Estefan. He was invited to speak to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management degree program recently. 

He discussed leadership characteristics, ways to deal with difficult people, managing a business, and finding balance between a professional and personal life. MDC’s School of Business often invites industry leaders to speak with students about the realities of the business world. 

Located in the epicenter of international trade and tourism, MDC’s School of Business has an award-winning faculty and delivers a top-notch education in bachelor’s, associate, and certificate degree programs. The school strives to help students attain academic excellence with a focus on practical skills that can help build a career or a business. 


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