After INSEAD, I am no longer afraid of stepping into a foreign country.
You may be part of an organisation where you are already on your way to building a successful career, or you may be looking to progress your career in a new organisation. In episode #5, we discuss career changes, and whether you are internal-career or external-career focused, we encourage you to take this opportunity to reflect on your career trajectory. Kai Sieng Fung
When a consultant from an Executive Search firm called to sound out my interest for a position they were working on, I didn't know it would turn out to be my next career move. I wasn't actively looking, as I was well protected by the company-sponsored INSEAD programme and generous employment terms. I did know that my learning curve was flattening out, which is not something I particularly enjoy.
Thinking of doing an MBA? Debating if an Executive MBA is something for you? Check out my video where I answer the question whether it was worth it, and to see my top ten reasons why it might be something for you too!
If you're seeking to boost your career, explore a new career direction, or even start your own business, a top-ranked MBA programme from INSEAD might be the right choice for you.
With a diverse syllabus covering almost every aspect in the financial world, the EMFin helped me gain inside knowledge about other areas which I did not have exposure to before.
I believe that as soon as the EMFin becomes ranked, it will undoubtedly become more valuable.
The EMFin helped me relaunch my career, get abreast of how the industry was transforming and take a more confident self back to the workforce.
Do you enjoy working with people and solving problems? If so, a career in business might appeal to you, and you might be surprised about how rewarding and flexible this career path can be. But what exactly do we mean by ‘business’? To begin with, every company needs professionals to operate efficiently in areas such as finance, sales, marketing, human resources and more, and broadly speaking, pursuing any of these fields is considered as working in business.
Up until now, the sequence of steps you took in your life may have seemed fairly obvious. You finished high school, and chose your undergraduate subject based on your interests. Or perhaps, you didn’t really have strong interests or opinions, and were happy to take advice and direction from your parents or school counsellors.