Talent Development Leader at a global consulting company from North America
The course provided me with significant opportunities to learn and think about things differently. It gave me a broad appreciation for digital disruption and the transformation taking place across industries.
Digital Strategies for Business at Columbia Business School
Not-for-profit organization leader from North America
Personal leadership style evaluations from peers, employers, direct-reports, etc., provided in advance allowed the faculty to provide very tailored feedback to individuals. Extremely helpful!
Women’s Executive Leadership Program at Berkeley
C-level executive of a multibillion IT corporation headquartered in India
Most of us usually stick to a single industry. I certainly did. At Wharton there were people from a very diverse set of industries. Meeting them made me realise that there is a world outside banking as well.
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