At this fragile and uncertain time in the world, we may question our competence, priorities, or decisions. We need a place where we can take off our masks (at least figuratively), be vulnerable, and discuss what really matters.
For the last eleven years, HBS Club of NY Alumni Forums have offered members that kind of safe port in a stormy world. Current forum members appreciate their monthly meetings now more than ever, and this special program invites all greater New York-area alumni to a “pop-up” one-time, virtual forum meeting on Monday, Dec 12. from 6:00PM – 7:00PM.
In this session, you will learn key forum principles and participate in a Zoom breakout forum meeting with a small group of fellow alumni. All conversations will be governed by forum principles of confidentiality, no judgment, and a willingness to share challenges openly so all may benefit. This is a complimentary event for all NY alumni.
Inspired by similar programs at Young Presidents Organization and Entrepreneurs Organization, hundreds of HBS alumni have participated in HBS alumni forums since 2009. These small peer groups offer each member a personal “board of directors” to help guide you through difficult decisions, grow your business, and build stronger relationships. Learn more about HBSCNY Alumni Forums here.
If you cannot attend, but are interested in joining HBS Alumni Forums, please click here.
Barry has coached hundreds of executives and works extensively with leadership teams, HBS Alumni Forums, and YPO Forums. He is formerly a COO and co-founder of a 21-company roll up. Barry inspires leaders and their teams to declare what they want and coaches them to access their power to make it happen. Barry is the co-author of The Power of Vulnerability: How to Create a Team of Leaders by Shifting Inward
'79, Chair HBSCNY Alumni Forum Council
John, an HBSCNY Forum member, is the co-founder of two companies– one in tech, one in finance, and has participated in the HBS Club of NY leadership over the past decade. He is the co-author of The Guru Investor: How to Beat the Market Using History’s Best Investment Strategies. He is currently the Chair of HBS NY Alumni Forum Council and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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