B&I Mastermind Series – The 60 Minute MBA – Why Business School Won’t Make You Rich…But THIS Might

Description

This is a course about your unrecognized potential. It focuses on the “soft” skills that are too hard for schools to teach – and are the secrets of success in a world moving too fast for old-fashioned “credentials.”

Learning Objectives

Greg Conderacci is proud to say he was never “qualified” for any job he ever had. That contention becomes interesting when you consider those jobs included writing economics for The Wall Street Journal, being chief marketing officer for an investment bank and a health insurance company, starting Maryland’s biggest soup kitchen, and teaching at the world’s leading school of public health. This course doesn’t celebrate incompetence or diminish the value of expertise (like a CPA credential). Quite the opposite. Instead it seeks to answer questions like:

  • Why are the “soft skills” so hard?
  • Why are college dropouts (like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs) sometimes so successful?
  • What’s the “secret sauce” to supplement your credentials?
Major Topics
  • Change the way you think about your education – then and now
  • The five biggest career mistakes you can make
  • Ten skills the future will demand
  • Strategies for planning when the outlook is so uncertain
Provider
Business Learning Institute
Course Level
Basic
Professional Area of Focus
Business & Industry
CPE Field of Study
Business Management & Organization
1.0
Who Should Attend

Anyone

Instructor(s)
Greg Conderacci Jennifer Elder
Prerequisites

None

Advanced Preparation

None

Location
Live – Online Webcast
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When
Sep 23, 2021
11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Location
Live – Online Webcast
Total CPE Credits
1.0
Format
Live Webcast

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B&I Mastermind Series – The 60 Minute MBA – Why Business School Won’t Make You Rich…But THIS Might


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