I believe the common thread in GEMBA programme is that everyone is evaluating their career choices and looking to make a more significant impact for the rest of their professional lives.
INSEAD helps to reveal your true leadership skills while undestanding your strengths and weaknesses during the simuliations and group case studies.
Committing to ongoing professional development is crucial for executives looking to thrive in today's rapidly changing business landscape. Without a dedication to personal growth, leaders risk falling behind their peers and becoming obsolete. To stay ahead of the competition, executives must stay informed about current trends, technologies, and best practices.
As one of the top EMBA programmes in the world, INSEAD’s Executive MBA participants go through a rigorous transformation process that redefines their leadership skills as well as their career aspirations. The career aspirations can be acceleration to a higher role in their organisation, transition to a new geography, functional area or industry, transition to entrepreneurship or an exploration of options. As you will see in our 2021 Employment report, there are a variety of outcomes, which reflects the varied aspirations of Executive MBA participants.
I see my participating in the INSEAD GEMBA programme as a gateway to a new chapter in my career.
I have come to appreciate that leadership is a skill that you must develop and not something you are born with.
I first learned about FMB (Maio Biodiversity Foundation) – a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection of local biodiversity and ecosystems in Maio, a small island in Cape Verde off the coast of West Africa – in our Organisational Behaviour (OB) class at INSEAD. FMB was also the focus of INSEAD Master Strategist Day in October 2021.
I chose the INSEAD MBA because it runs, without a doubt, the premier MBA programme in Southeast Asia, the region in which I had decided to establish myself.
In August 2022 we welcomed the new Master in Management (MIM) Class of 2023 on the INSEAD Fontainebleau campus. As the restrictions from the pandemic have eased, it has been an especially joyful start of the academic year at the Business School for the World, and our MIM students dove right into the whirl of studies, clubs and career development activities. The INSEAD MIM is more than a programme, it is a journey that starts with who you are, and leads to what you want to achieve.
We’re thrilled to have the MBA Class of July 2023 on campus in Fontainebleau and Singapore! Both campuses are buzzing with energy as students engage in classes, clubs and career development at the business school for the world. The INSEAD MBA's accelerated 10-month curriculum develops successful, thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs who create value for their organisations and their communities.