The Harvard Business Review (HBR) Russia CEO Club and the WU Executive Academy are hosting an exclusive event on the topic of management executive and its value for a top career.
Some people’s careers take off, while others’ take longer — or even stall out. Common wisdom says that the former attend elite MBA programs, land high-powered jobs right out of school at prestigious firms, and climb the ladder straight to the top, carefully avoiding risky moves.
The authors of the CEO Genome Project say you don’t necessarily need to obtain an elite MBA or be born with a select mix of traits for business success and a CEO career. You would be better off with a willingness to make lateral, unconventional, and even risky career moves. It’s not for the faint of heart. Yet if you aspire to top leadership, you might as well get used to it.
The panel discussion will feature top executives who have been through the MBA experience and top managers that climbed the career ladder without an MBA degree.
Head of Sberbank Private Banking
CEO of Zecurion
Due to the "strictly limited" number of participants and in the interest of smooth organization, it is necessary to register in advance. Please use the registration form on this page.
Participation in this exclusive event is possible only after advance reservation and confirmation by the WU Executive Academy & HBR Russia. Confirmations will be sent by November 5 at the latest.