Women In Business Student Club looking for mentors

INSEAD WiB Alumni-Student Mentorship Program Launched
Mentorship has proven to be a rich approach to learning and development for both mentees and mentors. We believe that a thriving, impactful mentoring program is within our reach, and with you as the Alumni involved, it can be a reality. INSEAD 18D class has set up a mentorship program, where the mentees for this program are current students in INSEAD’s MBA Class of December 2018. 
Please sign up here
We hope we can achieve an impactful program together.
WiB Student Club is excited to launch the IWiB Mentorship Program and have prepared a questionnaire to send out to potential mentors. The mentees are female students from the ’18D class and mentors will be given the option to continue to coach them even beyond their time at INSEAD.

Discount Tickets offer for NAA Singapore

INSEAD Alumni get discount on tickets for this production.

Date: the play will run from 19 to 29 September
Place: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
Performance schedules & price: 
Tuesday-> Thursday at 8pm: $55 category 1 – $45 category 2
Saturday & Sunday matinée at 4pm: $55 category 1 – $45 category 2
Friday & Saturday at 8pm: $59 category 1 – $49 category 2
Group booking:
 15% discount on all categories with code ASSOCIATION18

Sing’theatre Gala performance and corporate opportunity



INSEAD iW50 Summit Reaffirms the School’s Commitment to Gender Balance and Inclusion
INSEAD today hosts the iW50 Summit at its Europe campus in Fontainebleau. The Summit is a culmination of its iW50 campaign – a celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the first INSEAD women MBA graduates. INSEAD Press Release
Global – 29 June 

Migration was the ‘biggest hurdle’ of the EU summit: Professor 
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, says there’s “lots of interesting things” which still need to be discussed among the European Union leaders following the news that they have reached an agreement on the issue of migration. CNBC
Singapore – 29 June

To Overcome Your Insecurity, Recognise Where It Really Comes From

INSEAD Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour Gianpiero Petriglieri and his co-author write that insecurity is neither a flaw nor a drive. It is a byproduct of a workplace culture in which individualism is rampant, relationships are instrumental, and bias goes unquestioned. To accept and overcome insecurity, we rather need to stop caring too much about each other and start to care more for each other, andfor the place we work in. HBR 
USA – June 

Today’s leaders require a new sense of self

Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge 
Gianpiero Petriglieri, INSEAD Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and Jennifer Petriglieri, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, find that contrary to what many believe, today’s “rootless” career men and women crave something to hold onto. Companies with programmes geared towards helping people craft such an identity (“portable self”) are likely to reap financial and cultural advantages. Forbes India
India – 27 June 

Collaborating with NGOs: A Strategic Alliance Approach for Journalists

INSEAD Adjunct Professor Mark Lee Hunter has spent a decade researching the emergence of NGOs and other“stakeholder-driven media” with INSEAD Professor of Technology and Operations Management Luk N Van Wassenhove and Professor Maria Besiou at the INSEAD Social Innovation Center. This is a trend that predated the eruption of fake news, and it is not going to end soon. It can be considered a competitive threat, or a collaborative opportunity. lobal Investigative Journalism network
USA – 27 June