Stephanie Etzig (2Y 2018) provides an inside look at the first session of the third annual seminar, which will continue throughout the year.
Alex Duffy (E&W 2018) shares: “As I complete my time in the navy at the end of this month and join the private sector ranks next year, it will be because of my experience at Kellogg that this salty old sailor has the skills to make an impact.”
Jeff Tillett (E&W 2017) writes: “How do you quantify grit and mental toughness? How do you quantify discipline and leadership? Kellogg, being the world-class thought leader that it is, delves deeply into those kinds of questions.”
John Keough (2Y 2018), co-chair of Kellogg on Growth, shares some of the highlights his fellow Kellogg students can look forward to on November 8.
When Ann Drake ’84 graduated from Kellogg, she immediately set her sights on a formidable challenge: transforming her family business from a warehousing service to one positioned for the 21st century. Drake’s confident leadership style allowed her to expand the business, forming DSC Logistics, a supply chain company equipped to adapt to the new challenges… Continue reading
When Andrew Silvernail, CEO of IDEX and No. 4 on Forbes’ 2012 list of the most powerful CEOs 40 and under, thinks of a strong leader, he thinks of a dairy farmer in Maine. “Erleen Clement, my best friend’s mother, taught me some unbelievable life lessons about high expectations, unconditional love and what it really means… Continue reading
Col. Michael Musso shares leadership lessons gained from a successful military career in a new Kellogg Insight article: “Over the course of my 25 years of military service, I have acquired valuable lessons in leadership, time management, and organizational operations. Since soldiers are short on time, sharing these lessons with them as succinctly as possible communicates… Continue reading
For Lisa Rometty, global franchise head, Fluid Systems at Baxter International, leadership isn’t just a part of her job. It is her job. “My personal brand is to lead people for a living,” said Rometty. With over 20 years of management experience at General Electric and Baxter, Rometty has made a name for herself by… Continue reading
Njideka Harry ’12, president & CEO of Youth for Technology Foundation, has realized her childhood dreams. Growing up in Nigeria, she hoped that one day she could move to the US to go to school, and eventually, have a successful career. Now, her not-for-profit Youth for Technology Foundation (YTF) helps women and children in developing… Continue reading
You may have heard of the many health benefits of cross-training, but have you benefitted from cross-training at your place of employment? Many companies today are cross-training their employees to prepare them for future roles by exposing high potential employees to different aspects of the business. Additionally, you can also make a big impact in… Continue reading
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. — Marianne Williamson When I applied to the EMBA program at Kellogg, I had been out of school for 12 years, the first few of… Continue reading
Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other – John F. Kennedy Balancing theory and practice is a key characteristic of the EMBA program at Kellogg. My classmates in the Executive MBA program are high-level executives with substantial experience in management and come from Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, public and nonprofit organizations. Throughout the… Continue reading