The EMFIN brought me new perspectives and made me realise that I have a greater capacity to go beyond my comfort zone.
There is so much more to the INSEAD experience than just getting the certificate.
At INSEAD, our Career Coaches find great satisfaction when they see our students achieving and exceeding goals, as well as getting a job that they are happy in. Our unique model of providing a specialised Career Coach to every MBA student throughout the programme allows us to better understand their needs, aspirations and motivations. Hear from our MBA alumni as they share their career development journey at INSEAD, and how their Career Coaches helped them to map out and embark on the career that they've always wanted. FEATURING
INSEAD MBA students are trained to manage and thrive in a fast-moving and changing environment. As the world continues to change and get more technologically advanced, more people are required to manage those processes and market new ideas and products. You need high adaptability to move quickly and stay ahead of the pack because that's the way the world is going to continue to progress.
We interviewed GEMBA'07 Alumna Charlotte Mason at her workplace, and talked about the experience and the impact the programme has had on her life sometime after. After graduation, she had quickly moved up from middle management to senior management, and then changed tracks to become an entrepreneur.
An Executive MBA (EMBA) can open doors to new and exciting opportunities, especially for these three groups of professionals: 1. Executives Looking to Move Up the Ladder You have been on a steady career track in your organisation, but you feel you don’t have the skills to become a general manager or C-suite leader in your company.
When I started this blog, I received lots of questions about what a portfolio career actually is. As I define it, a portfolio career is a professional and lifestyle choice where you integrate the activities that motivate you, give you the most job satisfaction and bring you joy and fashion it into a career of multiple mini-ventures.
Hi everyone! Melissa Lim here, one of the '19J bloggers at INSEAD's Fontainebleau campus. NB for new readers (aka my friends and family): "'19J" is INSEAD-speak for "please let me graduate in July 2019 :)" I was born in San Francisco, majored in Computer Science and Cognitive Science at UC Berkeley, and spent the first part of my career building AI, productivity, and education products at Microsoft. I've worked and lived in eight cities worldwide--so far!--most recently Paris, France.
So this is how it started. It was the year 2000, and I’d been working as a lawyer all of two years. And I disliked it, to put it mildly. I was stressed out, doing the work of two people (I know because they replaced me with two), working 14 hour days, weekends and some public holidays, bored stiff with the repetitive work I was doing, on medication for stress, and was told at a team meeting that I had to pull my socks up and work harder, not ask for more interesting work. I decided to quit. As did a few others.