The diversity of cultures and knowledge is what can help you reshape your mindset and become a better leader tomorrow.
INSEAD’s strong focus in entrepreneurship and technology was a perfect fit for my passion in healthtech and medtech innovation.
What is the difference between diagnosing a dog’s health issue and offering a strategic solution in an MBA class? How can a former veterinarian doctor leverage her previous medical skills and knowledge as strong foundations to thrive in business? Those questions may seem odd.
When I look back on my adult life so far, there is one moment that marks the beginning of a journey that brought me to INSEAD.
I see myself in an environment where I have the opportunity to have a positive impact on people’s lives.
The INSEAD MBA perfectly suits my wish to make a transition from a legal to a more commercial position.
When considering whether to apply to the INSEAD MBA, you may be concerned that you might be lacking in experience compared to those that have been working in the corporate sector, financial services or as consultants. We discuss the benefits differences in knowledge and experience can bring to your career and how these experiences will give you the skills you will need to successfully manage diversity in your future. Our guests today Isabel Weiner
At INSEAD, I learnt how to think like an entrepreneur.
I remember quite well my first day of school in the US. I was almost eight years old, and had only moved a month prior after growing up most of my life in Brussels. Despite months of anticipation and excitement to start a new, “American” life, that morning, as I entered the school grounds, looking around at the throng of children running around in the courtyard yelling at each other a strange gibberish of French, English, and god-knows-what-else, utter panic took hold of me. It finally hit me that I was in a new country and school, and that I knew nobody in this strange place.