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  • HBS Alumni Event

A key objective of The Harvard Business School Campaign is to inspire and facilitate greater engagement among our alumni and between alumni and the School. As part of that effort, HBS is hosting more than 25 events worldwide to bring alumni together to learn about the School's vision for the 21st century and to celebrate the people and ideas that are making a difference in business and society. Please join us.

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Jeff Hoffman, Sales Executive and Educator, Your SalesMBA; Author of Why You? Why You Now?

Are you a sales professional looking to break through the noise? Could you use some insight into leveraging social dynamics and modern persuasion techniques? Whether you are a seasoned sales rep looking to sharpen your skills, or an entrepreneur looking to unravel the mysteries of selling for the first time, Jeff Hoffman’s Essential Skills workshop is suited for anyone seeking immediate results.

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Denise McDonald Dampierre (MBA 1988), Relationship Coach, CEO of SoSooper Relationships

During the webinar, Denise will translate leadership principles into a family-friendly context to help parents foster kindness and reduce tension at home. Everyone benefits! We’ll show you how to adapt these tools to your own family vision and action plan.

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Jodi Glickman, President and Founder, Great on the Job; Author of Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The Secrets of Getting Ahead.

How do you stand out, add value to your teams and make your boss, your clients, and your colleagues love you? Jodi Glickman, president and founder of Great on the Job and regular blogger for Harvard Business Review, will unwrap the GIFT of Great on the Job (Generosity, Initiative, Forward Momentum, Transparency) and strengthen your foundation as a leader in your organization.

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Brit Dewey (MBA 1996), Managing Director, Special Projects, HBS Dean's Office

Are you preparing for an interview? Or, do you have one on the horizon? Former HBS MBA Admissions Director Brit Dewey will share insights on what it takes to have a successful interview based on her years of experience in interviewing hundreds of MBA candidates and in hiring for HBS, Bain & Company, and Goldman Sachs.

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  • HBS Alumni Event

A key objective of The Harvard Business School Campaign is to inspire and facilitate greater engagement among our alumni and between alumni and the School. As part of that effort, HBS is hosting more than 25 events worldwide to bring alumni together to learn about the School's vision for the 21st century and to celebrate the people and ideas that are making a difference in business and society. Please join us.

REGISTER NOW

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  • HBS Alumni Event

A key objective of The Harvard Business School Campaign is to inspire and facilitate greater engagement among our alumni and between alumni and the School. As part of that effort, HBS is hosting more than 25 events worldwide to bring alumni together to learn about the School's vision for the 21st century and to celebrate the people and ideas that are making a difference in business and society. Please join us.

REGISTER NOW

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Ray Rothrock (MBA 1988), Partner Emeritus at Venrock

Are you pitching–or getting ready to pitch–a new business idea? Sounds easy, but it is complicated and tricky. Join Ray Rothrock (MBA 1988), Partner Emeritus at Venrock, as he shares lessons from his more than 25 years of experience in the venture capital business in Silicon Valley. Ray will share insights from his experiences with–both giving and hearing–over 10,000 investment presentations.

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Joshua Margolis, James Dinan & Elizabeth Miller Professor of Business Administration

How can we handle the adversity in our lives, whether the day-to-day stressors we face or major turbulence that hits us periodically? According to Professor Joshua Margolis in the Organizational Behavior Unit, despite varying levels of setbacks, it is possible to build resilience by taking charge of how one both thinks about and reacts to adversity.

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Srikant M. Datar, Arthur Lowes Dickinson Professor of Accounting

In their book, Rethinking the MBA: Business Education at a Crossroads, Professors Srikant Datar and David Garvin and researcher Patrick Cullen identified creative and innovative thinking as an essential skill for managers operating in a world of rapidly evolving product and business models and ever-increasing complexity. In this talk, Professor Datar will describe how managers can develop design thinking and innovative problem-solving skills. These skills include the ability to gain deep insights about users (the core of design thinking); to define and reframe problems; and to overcome fixedness in thinking to generate, develop, and implement novel and effective solutions. Professor Datar will also discuss how managers can build innovative organizations, identify innovative individuals, form innovative teams, and nurture innovative cultures.

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  • HBS Campus

This special two-day summit is designed exclusively for members of our HBS alumni community. We hope that you will take part in the global conversation, and look forward to welcoming you back on campus for the celebration.

HBS Event Participation in Fiscal Year 2015


Event Participants
5,595

Reunion Attendees
6,934

Alumni Webinar Participants
6,962

Total
19,491+
+ the thousands who have participated in the more than 1,200 club events worldwide


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