Question 1 (500 words max)
How will the Executive MBA help you achieve your career objectives?
The Executive MBA will help me boosting new key knowledge and skills, accelerating my career progression and enrich my professional network with diverse, fascinating, and successful people.
The implications of this immediate learning transfer are huge. I’ll be able to put new learning theory theory into practice and add value to your company straight away. It is an absolute solid investment in myself.
New management skills and techniques to move towards increased responsibilities. Building global connection to expand my area of expertise and becoming an expert in international business and learn about global opportunities that will be potentially attractive for my organization.
Furthermore, I have to keep my job while learning the core fundamentals of the EMBA.
Question 2 (500 words max)
What was your response to a piece of feedback that you have received regarding an area of weakness?
Like everyone, I have received input from my managers that helped me to see how my work could be improved. Once I was asked to revise a project that I had spent a lot of time on, but after listening carefully to the critique, I saw how I could make changes that would strengthen the finished product. I am eager to learn from people with different views and experiences.
Constructive criticism is often the only way we learn about our weaknesses—without it we can’t improve. Constructive criticism is an important part of professional growth, and this is a good chance to show from the person you received the critics that you are open to improvement, and striving to do better.
Question 3 (500 words max)
Please choose ONE essay from the following two options:
If you could choose any three people who have ever lived to join you in your ideal Executive MBA study group, who would they be and why?
How would you contribute to the London Business School community as an alumnus?
Richard Branson, The motivator