Upcoming Events

Quest events are offered both as global opportunities to connect and learn, and as virtual, online campus sessions. Our team brings together business school faculty, experts, and global leaders to share big ideas and leading practices just for you. Register now to learn the skills, capabilities, and perspectives you need.

Design Thinking: Challenges and Best Practices

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on September 18, 2019 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

New York: 11:00
London: 16:00
Paris: 17:00

Drawing inspiration from designers and artists, design thinking can be a great tool for companies looking to connect with customers and innovate quickly. In this session, we will see some of the common challenges and best practices in applying design thinking, based on a recent study conducted by IESE and Oliver Wyman.

Sep 18, 2019
Josemaria Siota, Director of Research at IESE Business School, will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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Quieting Your Inner Critic

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on October 2, 2019 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

San Francisco: 9:00
New York: 12:00
London: 17:00

Oct 02, 2019
Lisa Abramson, Founder, Wise Mama and Co-Founder, Mindfulness Based Achievement, will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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QUEST Early Career Women's Program - London

The QUEST Early Career Women's Program will be hosted by London Business School. The program will take place on either November 5 or 6, 2019. We will pick a date soon!

The QUEST Early Career Women's Program is for women in the first decade of their careers. QUEST Sponsors may send 4 participants to this program.

At this 1-day program for early career women, you will learn how to create sustainable success over the course of your career. The program will help you craft your own path to success taking into account work, family, interests, skills, and your various engagements. The program will explore the strong connection between continuous learning and continuous success. You will discover how to embed a continuous learning mindset into your career. The program will feature the outputs of the big ideas research initiative on the future of leadership in the digital economy with MIT Sloan Management Review and Cognizant. This interactive, leader-led program will feature stories from senior executives at leading companies about how they have made learning an essential part of their work. They will discuss how they have found and taken advantage of a variety of opportunities for learning and continuous development, including projects, assignments, coaching, networks, and more.

Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom
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The Upside of Working Motherhood

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on November 20, 2019 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

New York: 11:00
London: 16:00
Paris: 17:00

Nov 20, 2019
Danna Greenberg, Professor, Babson will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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How Working Parents Can Feel Less Overwhelmed - and More In Charge

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on December 11, 2019 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

New York: 11:00
London: 16:00
Paris: 17:00

Join us as Daisy Wademan Dowling, working-parenthood expert and the Harvard Business Review’s columnist on working-parent issues, explains simple, specific strategies for staying calm, centered and in control while balancing the demands of work and family.

Dec 11, 2019
Daisy Wademan Dowling, Founder & CEO, Workparent will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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Boost Your Confidence and Get What You Want

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on January 23, 2020 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

New York: 10:00
London: 15:00
Paris: 16:00

Science clearly shows that Confidence is more important than Competence for anyone’s career. However, women often struggle with Confidence due to our cultural and gender biased values. Another factor lowering women’s career advancements is their difficulty when it comes to networking and negotiating. Learn in this Virtual Campus Session with Dr. Laura Wendt, Neuroscientist and global Senior Manager of Culture & Inclusion at A.T. Kearney, how to boost your confidence and how women can support one another to break through the glass ceiling together.

Jan 2020
Dr. Laura Wendt, Senior Manager of Culture and Inclusion at A.T. Kearney will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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Please Note - All events have limited enrollments and are filled on a first-come-first-served basis. Please register early to ensure that your organization receives the maximum benefit of these events.