Premier EMBA Online Event North America, September 25

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Publiée Il y a plus d'un mois
Avenue de Montréal Est, Montréal-Est, Montreal, QC(Afficher la carte)
  • Type d'événement
    Réseautage
  • Début
    25 septembre 2021
    14:00
  • Fin
    25 septembre 2021
    17:30

Description

Have you ever felt the need to take a step back before taking a step forward? To return to your initial dreams, intuition and goals? With Premier EMBA, you can examine a wide range of EMBA options and make the right decision for your career journey.

The format enables professionals to engage in 20 min. long online networking sessions with alumni and representatives of NYU-Stern, UCLA, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Penn State University, Pepperdine University, Rotman, HEC Paris, IE Business School, Manchester Business School, and more.

In addition, keynote speeches and alumni panels give aspirants a comprehensive picture of their personal experiences so they can make the best decision for their future.

The highest ROI for experienced leaders

Experienced professionals choose the Executive MBA for the opportunity to deepen their knowledge by learning from each other, build a close-knit network, and develop an authentic leadership style. EMBA participants benefit from impressive career progression and achieve significant salary increases, the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) reports. Salaries of Executive MBA graduates are among the highest across business and management programs.

Premier EMBA’s proposition is simple: to help you get in touch with representatives and alumni from the world’s top EMBA programs so you can then choose the executive education option that will benefit your professional development the most.

Join Premier EMBA today for free: https://www.accessmba.com/link/IBr

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