Workshop

Executive Group Career Coaching: The Great Reset

We are exclusively inviting Live Online MBA students (2022 intakes) to join this virtual event with the Dean of Dubai Campus, Dr. Selina Neri. In this workshop, you will get to think deeply about the MBA journey ahead, the drivers behind your need for change, with a major focus on leadership, skills-based development, and career transition.

This event will be held twice.

March 23, 2022, 12:30 pm EST

March 26, 2022, 10:00 am GMT

90 minutes

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About the session

The know-how and analytic skills that make us indispensable in the knowledge economy, will need to be complemented with essential traits that can’t be and won’t be programmed into software; like creativity, passion, character, executive gravitas, and collaborative spirit—their humanity, in other words. The ability to leverage these strengths will be the source of career success.

Topics we will touch upon:

-leadership practices

-career vision

-acceleration

-internal and external career transitions

Participants will also discuss in small groups personal career stage & vision, and the motivation behind studying an MBA. This workshop is also an opportunity to network with other incoming students from around the world.

Welcome to the Great Reset.

Dr. Selina Neri

Dr. Selina Neri

Dr. Selina Neri is the Dean and Executive Director of the Dubai Campus and a Professor of Management and Corporate Governance. She designs and teaches courses in Global Leadership, Business Ethics, Marketing & Society, and Luxury Marketing. In recognition of her excellence in teaching, she won the Faculty of the Year Award in 2020 and the Hult Best Professor of the Year Award in 2020. Her publications can be found on Google Scholar.

Dr. Selina also has an extensive industry background, having worked for over 25 years in executive management in the technology industry and more recently in the luxury industry.

She was featured in “The Female FTSE Board Report 2016: 100 Women to Watch”, published by Financial Times and Cranfield School of Management for the UK Government (Lord Davies Review).

She is fluent in four languages and in her non-academic life she is a volunteer mentor for women in business of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women (UK) and a devoted vegan, yoga practitioner and fitness enthusiast.

I’ve learned that leadership is not a title or position—it’s an action. I now have a whole range of tools to rapidly respond to any challenge.

Kashani Wijetunga

British/New Zealander/Sri Lankan

2019 

Doing my EMBA at Hult was all about growing my network, developing new leadership techniques, and upskilling for a new generation of business.

David Castro

British/Spanish

Class of 2020 

I love the cultural and industry diversity within the network. Hult students are placed at the helm of so many different industries and they gain the skills to make a real impact. I’ve hired more than 10 Hult grads myself.

Vineet Daniels

Indian

2012

The curriculum is intense but the professors are always available to guide us. Hult really cares about each student and takes each one of our career goals into consideration.

Sofia Abu-Ghaben

American

2018