Successful business executives and hiring managers are often quoted as saying that soft skills are among the hardest skills to find in prospecting for new talent. Yet the human side of business is the most critical component for organizational success in today’s volatile markets and cross-cultural business contexts. For banking and finance professionals as well as business development and marketing managers, the research indicates that developing key insights about the softer “human” side of business can be both a differentiator and competitive advantage.
Join us for this evening of learning and networking, as you learn from two MBA professors who are highly experienced in training for mid-career professionals from across private and public sectors. A brief welcome and introduction will be followed by two 30-minute sessions and a brief student panel:
Session I: Behavioral Finance:
“Understanding Human Decision-Making to Improve Investment Skills and The Role of Artificial Intelligence”
Session II: Global Negotiations:
“Skills for Succeeding in an International Business Environment”
Student & Alumni Panel:
“Demystifying the MBA Experience”
An optional apéro with informal networking will follow.
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