25 Essential Skills. 25 Extraordinary Speakers.
You know how there’s some work you do that makes a difference, creates an impact and has real meaning … and then there’s all the other stuff? Wouldn’t it be great if you could do more of the first type of work? And less of the second? If you’re a time-crunched manager, we’ve gathered an amazing faculty together for the Great Work MBA to help you do more of the work that matters (and still have a life).
Like an MBA. But Faster. And Better. And More Fun.
And Much Much Much Cheaper
I am the IT Manager in a small distribution and manufacturing company. My customers are sales people, marketers, and designers, as well as back office folks. I came to this seminar hoping for some tips on being a more influential manager with the executives, and a more inspiring manager with my employees.
Even if I never see the presentations again, I bought the seminar because I felt that the value was so great.
I loved how the interview format worked, the speakers gave great ideas but you did a fabulous job summing it up and rephrasing into concrete ideas and actions. I also loved the “write down 2 ideas” and “write down 1 action” steps. It really helped me to formulate how I would apply the ideas presented.
Go beyond Knowledge to Actionable Wisdom
- video (mp4)of each talk
- audio (mp3)of each talk
- .pdf transcripts of each talk
- a one-page sketchnote of each talk
- 30-day ecourse
- Great Work MBA completion certificate
Meet the faculty
Take a look below at each of the 25 fantastic speakers of the Great Work MBA faculty. And then click on them if you’d like to learn more about just why I invited each of the terrific people to be part of this great event.
|Day 1: Ground Yourself||Day 2: Influence Others||Day 3: Connect to Purpose||Day 4: Refine Your Skills||Day 5: Practice Deeply|
|The Great Work MBA Faculty|
|Michael debriefs Day 1 with Carl Oxholm, partner at pwc and Luciana Duarte, Apple University||Michael debriefs Day 2 with Alex Craddock, Head of Nth American Marketing for VISA and Melissa Daimler, Head of Learning for Twitter||Michael debriefs Day 3 with Lee Murphy, HR partner at Nokia and Emily Moore, Head of Water at Hatch||Michael debriefs Day 4 with Glynn Brasington, Country Manager of Pitney Bowes Japan and Roxanne Hill, Manager of Instructional Design and Delivery at Constellation Brands||Michael debriefs Day 5 with Mary Ellen Rogahn, Program Manager Coaching for GE and Michael Leckie, RVP of Gartner|
Is this going to help me?
And I’ll be blunt. It’s no easy thing to do more Great Work. Your organization is set up to deliver the reliable, solid and predictable Good Work. That’s a critical part of the mix, for sure. But can you imagine the difference if you, your team and your organization were all doing 10% more Great Work, rather than just trying to stay on top of the Good Work? I spent months asking, pleading and sometimes badgering the people who are now the Great Work MBA faculty to participate. There are TED superstars, numerous best-selling authors and smart, practical thinkers. They can and they do charge big money for their services … and you can get some of their best insights and strategies for a bargain price. The Great Work MBA is run in partnership with my friends at en*theos, a fantastic organization set up by Brian Johnson, whose goal is to help you optimize your life and change the world. I can buy into that, and that’s exactly why I’ve created the Great Work MBA conference for you. I do hope you’ll join us.