We followed the recent Executive Master in Change Graduates on their 18-month journey as they discovered more about themselves and how to apply those discoveries to create more effective organisations. Participants Oliver Shiltz Managing Partner Heidrick & Struggles Mariann Wenckheim Wenckeim Holding AG Patryk Zamorski Europe Director of Talent Dentons Andrew Lux Brand and Marketing Consultant
Learn how to be an effective change agent in an ever-evolving world with these five steps.
We asked four alumni to share their views on the professional impact they have been able to make since taking part in the EMC.
I'm often asked why I chose to pursue the INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) programme. The answer is quite simple: I chose to do so because I want to be a more effective collaborator, communicator and empathetic leader to my family members, friends and colleagues.
Understanding how to create a fit between our colleagues, our organisation and our corporate goals is essential as we try to make significant contributions in our careers. Today we are talking about transforming yourself and your organisation with our guests from the Executive Master in Change Programme. Our Guests Today Samantha Yarwood
There I was… an experienced professional searching for something still missing and feeling unfulfilled. So, I went on a quest to continue my lifelong learning. But what programme to enrol in at this stage in life? After completing an MBA 20 years prior, it was important to select the right course for my goals now.
I value myself and other individuals a lot more.
Each year INSEAD selects a limited number of seasoned professionals who are looking for new ways to make an impact on their organisation by starting their journey of change with the Executive Master of Change (EMC) programme. Selection is based on a combination of your potential to be a change agent, interest in psychological approaches to management and self-development and your ability to contribute to the INSEAD experience.
I had previously done an MBA, but I felt there was still something missing.