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Love What You Do/Do What You Love

Love What You Do/Do What You Love

by INSEAD on September 12th, 2017

  Let me tell you about George Eddy (summarized from a New York Times Article). Eddy was raised in Orlando, FL by a partly paralyzed American farther and a blind French mother. He was obsessed with all things … Read More

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Happily Divorced at 31!

Happily Divorced at 31!

by INSEAD on September 11th, 2017

Fifteen months ago, on June 7, 2016, I divorced my best friend of 10 years and husband of 2 years. I spent the next two weeks sitting on a seafoam green couch, staring at the half-empty, one-bedroom apartment on … Read More

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Traditionally Speaking

Traditionally Speaking

by INSEAD on September 10th, 2017

In 2011, then Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sat opposite Republican Congressman Ron Paul at the Financial Services Committee semi-annual review. At one point, Representative Paul prompted Mr. Bernanke, “The … Read More

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Why you should meet INSEAD’s Exit Language requirement as early as possible

Why you should meet INSEAD’s Exit Language requirement as early as possible

by INSEAD on September 6th, 2017

INSEAD’s language policy requires all students to speak at least three languages. In cases in which English is not the native language, these three languages will be: 1 – Your native language 2 – English (called by … Read More

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Dignified and affordable housing: People Pods

Dignified and affordable housing: People Pods

by INSEAD on September 5th, 2017

The mission of PeoplePods is to provide dignified and affordable housing to low-income workers.   The Southeast Asian economy is booming. However, worsening traffic and the lack of affordable housing in industrial … Read More

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PLDP Purposeful Leadership Depends on Peers

PLDP Purposeful Leadership Depends on Peers

by INSEAD on September 4th, 2017

INSEAD has just introduced a Personal Leadership Development Programme (PLDP) to their curriculum. The decision was made after collecting feedback from employers and I must admit, a convincing argument in choosing this … Read More

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And Liftoff

And Liftoff

by INSEAD on September 3rd, 2017

I’m a week into the programme and I already need to catch my breath. What an experience! Inspiring lectures, meetings with high profile alums, trips to Paris, group work, soul searching, and some refreshing … Read More

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Impact and Consulting

Impact and Consulting

by INSEAD on September 2nd, 2017

A surprising start I came to INSEAD with the goal of consolidating my skills as a Consultant and at the same time explore new sectors and expand my horizons. So when I saw the job post published by ASTI and… … Read More

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Why you shouldn’t talk to your friends

Why you shouldn’t talk to your friends

by INSEAD on September 1st, 2017

Excited, optimistic and slightly naïve I arrived in Johannesburg, South Africa to work on my summer project to deliver world class, affordable healthcare. Last 6 months of INSEAD have been a wild rollercoaster, and the … Read More

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WFP in Uganda: Shifting Role From Charity to Private Sector Catalyst

WFP in Uganda: Shifting Role From Charity to Private Sector Catalyst

by INSEAD on August 31st, 2017

This summer I was lucky to get an opportunity to intern with World Food Programme in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. It was my first time in Sub-Saharan Africa: vaccination, difficult conversation with family and full … Read More

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