I am currently in the trenches at Capital One Auto Finance managing a group of 16 risk associates (collectors on bad car loans).While CapitalOne was just named one of the top 10 places to find leaders, I have been struggling with the prospect of shorting myself by staying at Capital One for the next 30 years.
While I really enjoy the management here and can see myself moving up, there is less opportunity to move up after 10 years (the higher up you make it the less positions are available to you).
Do I put in 5 years then go to a reputable Business school, get MBA, and shoot for a Consulting gig? How will my experience in management and leading extra projects help me? Would I even appeal to Consulting Firms?
CapitalOne Mgr>Sr. Mgr>Dept Mgr>Director($150k-ish after 10 years, and potentially be stuck)
I am looking for feedback from someone in both the F100 and Consulting rolls
A Million Thanks!