Faculty Support

Meet your new business mentors: award-winners, researchers, consultants, and best of all, dedicated teachers.

There’s a reason why our faculty are consistently ranked as some of the best in the world. Their devotion to teaching a vibrant and real-world curriculum, the quality and care they invest in their lesson planning, their drive to stay on the very top of market trends across the industry—it all comes from a very real desire to teach you what they know.

From meeting with you over coffee to discuss your goals to helping you decide which student organizations, internships, and travel opportunities will best advance your particular passions in business, your Kelley professors will share their knowledge inside—and outside—the classroom.

Learn how to conduct exceptional business.

In addition to giving you a foundational understanding of the major components of business, Kelley faculty and staff are intentional about teaching you the soft skills required for good business. They’ll help you finesse the self-management and people skills future employers, investors, and partners look for.

See why Kelley faculty are world-renowned, or start exploring our faculty directory to learn more about your future teachers.

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Work closely with our faculty, and they'll teach you how to confidently:

  • Communicate your concepts and ideas in a way that inspires others
  • Create and work with local and virtual teams composed of colleagues with varying skill sets, personalities, and work styles
  • Express yourself in professional conversations that make people want to be part of your network
  • Elicit authentic buy-in to an idea, a decision, a product, or a service
  • Lead meetings effectively and efficiently in order to establish well-defined action steps and gain productive results
  • Acquire and organize well-represented feedback to offer a meaningful analysis
  • Preserve professional relationships by establishing win-win resolutions for all parties involved
  • Stay calm and composed in stressful, overwhelming situations
  • Override emotions like frustration and anger in order to think clearly and productively

Kelley students and faculty share respect, admiration, and gratitude for each other. The professors are dedicated to helping us succeed inside and outside of the classroom.

Daniel Chang, BA'17, Business Administration, Business Management and Sustainable Business