Upcoming Events

Quest virtual events are offered as a learning opporutnity reaching colleagues around the globe. Our team brings together business school faculty, experts, and global leaders to share big ideas and leading practices just for you. Register now.

Changing Your Time Management Habits A Conversation with Elizabeth Grace Saunders

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on September 23, 2020 and will last 30 minutes.

Here are the times in select cities:
New York: 11:00
London: 16:00
Paris: 17:00

Feeling stressed? Lacking sleep? Dont have time to focus on what matters most? We will have a conversation with Elizabeth Saunders, a time management expert, to understand what tools we can use to minimize these challenges and to ensure you will have time to focus on your priorities. We encourage participants to submit their questions and challenges in advance of our session so that we may address them during our time with Elizabeth.

Sep 23, 2020
Elizabeth Grace Saunders, Real Life E, will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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The Science of Belonging at Work

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on October 21, 2020 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

San Francisco: 8:00
New York: 11:00
London: 16:00

In this QUEST Virtual Campus Session, Aneeta Rattan, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, London Business School, discusses the dynamics of belonging in the workplace. We will discuss the basics of belonging, why belonging at work matters, why workplaces afford less belonging to members of underrepresented groups (e.g., women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ individuals), and what organizations should do to equally foster belonging at work among their employees. In the course of our conversation, you will come to understand your own experiences of belonging (both positive and negative) and start to develop strategies for improving your experience of belonging at work.

Oct 21, 2020
Aneeta Rattan, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, London Business School, will this lead QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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Connect the Dots: How to Build Your Network to Achieve Your Goals

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on November 17, 2020 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

San Francisco: 8:00
New York: 11:00
London: 16:00

Feeling guilty about not networking enough? Stop! You can learn how to network effectively without attending networking events, collecting business cards, or getting a lot of LinkedIn followers. How? The truth is that networking is not about managing impressions or projecting your personal brand. Effective networkers build, nurture, and leverage relationships - real relationships built on genuine connection. When done correctly, networking isn't sleazy or manipulative. Instead, it's empowering - for you, for all the people you know, and for all the people they know. In this session you will learn how to unleash the power of your network and how to connect the dots to make your network work for you.

Nov 17, 2020
Inga Carboni, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, College of William & Mary, will lead this QUEST Virtual Campus Session.
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The Five Contacts You Need Early in Your Career

This QUEST Virtual Campus Session will take place on February 24, 2021 and will last 30 minutes. Here are the times in select cities:

San Francisco: 8:00
New York: 11:00
London: 16:00

As women, we naturally build relationships. However, we have an opportunity to be more strategic about the relationships we build, especially as it relates to managing our career. In this QUEST Virtual Campus Session, Kyra Leigh Sutton, Professor, Rutgers University, will discuss the five contacts women should cultivate to accelerate their careers.

Feb 24, 2021
Kyra Leigh Sutton, Professor, Rutgers University, 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.