International EMBA Brussels
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In celebration of the long-lasting partnership and a joint Executive MBA Programme launch, Louvain School of Management and BMI Brussels are hosting a networking event in Brussels on the 12th of February, 2020.
The Behavioral Economics Professor at BMI and speaker in the Shark Tank business reality television series on ABC, Keld Jensen will give an exclusive keynote on trust currency and sustainable collaboration, a nowadays hot-topic for innovative business leaders.
Followed by a panel discussion and networking drink, the event will take place at NH Carrefour de l’Europe situated at Rue aux Herbes 110 B, 1000 Brussels.
The hosts, Louvain School of Management and BMI Brussels, will introduce the new International Executive MBA, and how it will benefit managers in Brussels seeking worldwide managerial exposure and an exclusive business network.
6.30 PM Meet & Greet
7.00 PM Intro by Prof. Per J. Agrell, Dean of Faculty, LSM and Prof. Jean-Paul Larçon, Co-Chairman of the BMI Board
7.10 PM Prof. Keld Jensen keynote “Tru$t Currency: are you a leader that can afford to pay?"
8.10 PM Panel and Q&A
8.30 PM Networking with Drinks and Canapés
9.30 PM End
Event is free of cost. Book your seat.
Annemarie Weise, Development Director at BMI Brussels
Phone +32 47177 1070
Trust is a new currency in a digital age. Trust is also basic to business. It is absolutely essential in any important long-term relationship, whether you are selling, buying, resolving conflict, or negotiating solutions. Yet, very few companies attempt to compete based on trustworthiness. Numerous studies carried out in Europe and the United States indicate lack of trust is a direct cause of unprofitable agreements and the loss of business opportunities. The most profitable negotiations for both parties are those in which mutual and absolute trust is paramount. Conveying a sense of trustworthiness to others through negotiation is key to making certain your counterpart becomes enthusiastic about exploring potential business opportunities with you. You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t create trust, your ideas won’t get you anywhere.
Adjunct Prof. Keld Jensen, Thunderbird School of Global Management, US