Tagged: leadership

Leader’s Reaction Course: One-of-a-kind leadership development

I’ll admit it took me over a year to work up the courage to sign up for this training. It is totally out of my comfort zone, representing a perfect example of why I applied to the MBA program: to “dive head-first” into the unknown, the ambiguous and the uncomfortable, in order to grow personally and professionally.

Leader’s Reaction Course puts problem-solving skills to test

On an early morning in late October, several students, faculty and staff gathered in the cold and rain to put their leadership skills to the test. However, the inclement weather was not going to hinder our successful completion of the 15th Leader’s Reaction Course.

Emory Veteran Dinner at President House

This spring veterans across Emory convened at Emory University President Claire Sterk’s home for dinner and a conversation about student life. Hosted by Dr. Kirk Elifson, Vietnam War veteran, professor in the Rollins School of Public Health and husband of President Sterk, student-veterans from across the university enjoyed conversation and...

Global Learning: Health Innovation & Entrepreneurship in South Africa

I’m probably in over my head. This thought dominated my head space the morning of July 27th, as I made my way downstairs to join the other participants of the inaugural ANDI-EMORY Health Technology Innovation workshop. Myself and three other business students, four law students and four Phd students were...


Submitted by Grant McGarry, Army Veteran and WEMBA ’17 (This post relates to the MBA trip to Gettysburg and the Army War College, an optional leadership experience coordinated by LTG (Ret) Ken Keen, Associate Dean of Leadership Programs). As a Veteran the Gettysburg experience with the Army War College Foundation...