Learn From Top Executives & Build Your Network
Have you ever looked at a successful leader and wondered, “How did they do that?”
Designed for our global community of rising business and organizational leaders, our C-Suite Conversations event series features founders and executives from top companies and innovative disrupters from all over the world.
In this series, you will learn the “how” and “why” from C-Suite executives. They will share the story of their career, explain how they have made decisions at key turning points, and give insight into how you can apply these lessons in your own life. You will also have the chance to ask questions, network with other professionals, and learn how you too can level up your career.
Every C-Suite Conversation offers…
- A fireside chat with a leading founder, executive, or career expert with interactive Q&A
- Informal networking in the Invited MBA’s virtual campus, powered by Gather
- Premier access to exciting news, scholarship opportunities, and future networking events
Co-founder, Alamo Drafthouse
CLO, Dell Technologies
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“The Invited MBA helped me level up my career and gave me a more seasoned skill set. The business acumen and experience has helped me understand how a business functions. I also have a better grasp on how to make decisions that benefit the organization as a whole.”Andrew Overby, Fall 2021 – Product Owner, Community Brands
“Since the Invited MBA, I’ve been able to lock in three new long-term clients. I can without a doubt attribute that to my experience and the skills I learned in the program.”Makenzie Chilton, Fall 2021 – Business Owner, Love Your Mondays
“The action learning project provided a great experiential opportunity to utilize the skills we learned in the program. The network gained is also a high value component of the program.”Raj Bhakta, Spring ’20 –
Operational SCM Analyst at Equinor
“Unless you see it, hear it, do it … you don’t learn in a way you will remember for the future, when you actually need to apply those skills. The Invited MBA program did that.”Gina Curran, Fall 2021 – Former Teacher