Change starts with oneself. If a leader is not self-aware and fails to understand their own barriers to change successful change is unlikely.
I am more conscious of my defenses and where they come from which is a tool that has enhanced my ability as a leader.
The EMC has provided me with so-called ‘night vision’, a tool we have learnt that enables us to look beyond what things look like on the surface level.
Why INSEAD? Because the EMC is one of its kind in the world.
My learnings at the EMC have changed how I interact with people and how I perceive my emotions and behaviour.
The EMC helps to make sense of some aspects of my inner theatre, peeling the onion, layer after layer.
Family business advisor Julien Lescs describes how INSEAD’s Executive Master in Change (EMC) programme gave him both the space to critically assess his leadership abilities and the tools to transform his career.
When senior talent development manager Shweta Kumar signed up for INSEAD’s Executive Master In Change (EMC), she gained a lot more than a business degree. Inspired by the programme, she embarked on a personal and intellectual journey of discovery that has transformed both her career and her life.
The Executive Master in Change Class of 2022 (Asia) started in 2019 on the INSEAD campus in Singapore. 27 participants from 16 nationalities embarked together on a transformative journey towards change leadership, or, as some would say, the journey of a lifetime. Who are the people in this class, and what are their dreams and motivations? We caught up with a few of them to find out more.
By Claire Harbour (INSEAD MBA ‘92J), Founder, Culture Pearl, and Antoine Tirard (INSEAD MBA ‘97D), Founder, NexTalent | December 2021 The pandemic has been taxing on most of us and has given many the time to reflect on what is important in life. It has led to the Great Resignation phenomena, various kinds of other career changes, but perhaps most of all to an increased consciousness around why it is we go to work.