What is possible when you start to reimagine yourself and unleash your human potential? At the recent Professional Women's Network (PWN) Global Summit I gave a presentation on the topic "Navigating Careers in Turbulent Times", and I'd like to share some of my thoughts on this blog as well.
For those who have already decided on what career path they are looking to transition to, INSEAD does offer many mechanisms to help.
The professors pushed me to see my blind spots, to understand my implicit and unconscious biases, and to challenge my assumptions.
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At INSEAD's Career Development Centre for Working Professionals, our team of career coaches partners with executive students along their individual career journey. Ultimately, our goal is to help you engineer not just greater success at work but also personal and professional fulfillment. Watch this video to find out more.
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Over the next decade, technology will transform work as we know it. Tools like hyper-automation, faster digital transformations, and an increasing call for on-the-job learning will continue to shape career paths. These changes, in turn, also present opportunities for leaders with career agility. To thrive, you need to be open to exploration, unafraid of novelty, and willing to invent your own path. You need to have career agility in order to rise to ever-shifting challenges.
MBA perfectly suits my wish to make a transition from a legal to a more commercial position.
Many senior executives embark on an Executive MBA (EMBA) programme to hone their leadership skills and explore new opportunities as they re-evaluate their career path. As an EMBA is a huge investment of time and money, one would ensure that it is well worth it and eventually lead to a fulfilling career moving forward.
It is incredible how much has happened this year. As a recent grad and someone who is joining the labour force again, I wanted to share some reflections while answering the most popular question: why did I decide to do an MBA? Let’s summarise it into three reasons: