The women who attend the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference will leave energized and committed to excelling in their career.
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MBALauncher Divinity Matovu begins University of Pennsylvania's Wharton MBA program this fall with a focus on finance and entrepreneurial management.
Live conferences, seminars, and networking events represent a unique chance to develop your networking skills, build your network, meet new friends, and be inspired.
As an extrovert, I have always enjoyed conversing with people in social and professional settings but was apprehensive whenever I heard the term “networking.” It grated on me and connoted an expectation that I had to come away with specific action items instead of appreciating the conversation. Luckily I came to realize that networking was not in fact a dirty word and started to think of it more in terms of merely talking to and getting to know people.
Identifying and closing both performance and opportunity gaps in the workplace are the keys to success.
An important key to success in completing an MBA program is building your network. Seek out women leaders and inspiring professionals, and find ways to connect two them. Here are several tips to consider.
Becca discovered the value of the MBALaunch program through the structured approach to the challenging MBA application and an automatic network of amazing MBA-seeking women.
Your second act is after your first job or two and after any advanced degrees you might pursue, but before you become an effective senior manager, CEO, or celebrated entrepreneur, and before your grand finale. How can you maximize this period of your career?
Live conferences, seminars, and networking events represent a unique chance to develop your networking skills, build your network, meet new friends, and be inspired. Make the most of the event with these two best practices.
The return on investment in Forté MBALaunch is truly exponential through new connections, GMAT prep, and a support network of women with like-minded goals.