Role Call presents 'Pursuing an MBA in Challenging Times'
How Can We Sustain our Mojo & Build our Lives & Careers Back Better?
Pursuing an MBA in these challenging times can feel scary, especially given the massive investments of money and time we are making to do so.
Here’s where Motivation Thinking can help us. Three decades of rigorous research have shown what truly motivates us is actually quite different - perhaps even the opposite - of what we are conditioned to think. This is a fact that isn’t stressed nearly enough in most MBA courses. As a result, many MBAs don’t use the massive investment they are making as effectively as they could. Many do not find themselves motivated, happy and fulfilled many years after graduating. And this is irrespective of whether it’s a bad or good year they are graduating into.
Sharath Jeevan graduated with Distinction from INSEAD in 2002, another very uncertain year for the global economy, following 9/11 and the dot com bust. He is one of the world’s leading experts on intrinsic motivation and on how to apply motivation thinking to address our deepest problems.
In this practical and likely seminar Sharath will help us reframe how we think about our MBA journey ahead, and how we can make the most of it even in these challenging times. That’s so that we feel fulfilled and motivated in the year ahead, and - even more importantly - for the following years of our lives.
Join us for a fast paced, interactive and highly practical webinar on 22nd November, 2020 at 3pm GMT