So if it isn’t a “real” MBA, what is it?
Imagine taking a world class coach, bestselling author and Rhodes Scholar who focuses his time on helping people accomplish more of the right work in their lives, and having him assemble a series of experts on important topics on how to create great work from the perspectives of ourselves, others, purpose, skills, and to practice this type of work.
Then imagine that each day for 5 days five of these experts would give powerful, relevant and practical information in 27 minute videos, and that all of those videos would be available for 24 hours, completely free of charge.
While there are other components to it, like daily wrap-ups and some coaching sessions with two Super-Coaches (one of whom is me), I’ve just described the basis of the Great Work MBA.
Michael Bungay Stanier is the brilliant coach and author who has created and is facilitating this event and the experts are top quality thinkers, some of whom I have recommended in this blog before, including Pam Slim, Chris Brogan, Sally Hogshead, Jill Konrath, and John Jantsch.
This program takes place November 10-15, so you have plenty of time to put the sessions most important to you in your calendar.
This is a powerful program that I am honored to be a part of. Once you register you will have access to the schedule and the full description of each of the topics. But at this information page you will get more info from Michael himself about what this program is about and why you will want to participate.
If you can’t participate live, or want to add these powerful ideas to your personal learning library, you can purchase the full package as well, and you can also purchase access for your entire organization (all of the details available when you register free of charge.)
When you see the quality of the thinkers involved and realize you can participate with no financial investment, you will be blown away, as I was when I was asked to participate.