Program is designed to bring to life global CEO’s insights on some of the most important conversations.
Brunswick Group, a global advisory firm specializing in critical issues and corporate relations, today announced a collaboration with Imperial College Business School in London focused on allowing selected MBA candidates to interview global CEOs.
Brunswick’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program is designed to bring to life global CEO’s insights on some of the most important conversations of our time, as told by future leaders – MBA candidates at leading business schools around the world. Imperial is Brunswick’s exclusive partner on this initiative in the UK.
The application process commenced March 1st with a call for applications. A review board will grant 10 students full access to the program which includes interview preparation, training and coaching, guidance on outreach to CEO and editorial assistance to bring the interview to life.
Hannah Daniels, Assistant Director of MBA Programmes at Imperial College Business School said: “MBA students will have unparalleled access to an opportunity that brings to life compelling ideas, challenges conventional wisdom, and most importantly builds a relationship with a global leader. We are thrilled to be Brunswick’s partner in this important endeavour.”
Susanna Kempe, Group Partner for Content and Marketing at Brunswick said: “We are delighted to partner with Imperial and look forward to working closely with its MBA students. This effort is a forum matching leaders of tomorrow who see themselves as CEOs of the future, with the leaders of today.”
The Tomorrow’s Leaders program is a unique opportunity for CEOs to tell their story of purpose and commitment and shape how future leaders view the world. The conversations will be anchored on findings from Brunswick’s Perspectives research featuring 42,000+ respondents across 26 countries that challenges assumptions and presents views from the 5G prism: generations, gender, geography, graduate status and global cities. The Perspectives data found that a vast majority of global citizens believe that business can provide solutions to major challenges, including quality education, economic opportunity and equality, and safety and security. Paradoxically, the report uncovered that people worldwide disagree with the priorities and reward system of and for business leaders.
For more information contact:
Shan Ahluwalia, Events Producer, Brunswick Group. mailto:[email protected]
About Brunswick Group
Brunswick is an advisory firm specializing in business critical issues. We help clients navigate the interconnected worlds of finance, public affairs and society to build trusted relationships with all stakeholders. For more information, visit: http://www.brunswickgroup.com.
About Imperial College Business School
As part of Imperial College London, a global leader in science and technology, the mission of Imperial College Business School is to inspire brilliant minds to be the world’s future leaders in business and society. Imperial College Business School attracts a high percentage of international students and faculty, building academic and alumni networks across the globe. Imperial’s world-leading research informs http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/programmes and http://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/executive-education programmes and is sought by governments, policy-makers and global business leaders.
It is among one per cent of business schools worldwide to be accredited by influential business school accreditation associations including The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Association of MBAs, European Quality Improvement System and has an Athena Swan Bronze Award for gender diversity. http://www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school
About Imperial College London
Imperial College London is one of the world's leading universities. The College's 16,000 students and 8,000 staff are expanding the frontiers of knowledge in science, medicine, engineering and business, and translating their discoveries into benefits for society.
Founded in 1907, Imperial builds on a distinguished past - having pioneered penicillin, holography and fibre optics - to shape the future. Imperial researchers work across disciplines to improve health and wellbeing, understand the natural world, engineer novel solutions and lead the data revolution. This blend of academic excellence and its real-world application feeds into Imperial's exceptional learning environment, where students participate in research to push the limits of their degrees.
Imperial collaborates widely to achieve greater impact. It works with the NHS to improve healthcare in west London, is a leading partner in research and education within the European Union, and is the UK's number one research collaborator with China.
Imperial has nine London campuses, including its White City Campus: a research and innovation centre that is in its initial stages of development in west London. At White City, researchers, businesses and higher education partners will co-locate to create value from ideas on a global scale.