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Mar. 25

The 2nd International Alumni event

BMI Institute with BMI Alumni Association together with its founding partner schools HEC Paris (France) and Louvain School of Management (Belgium) is happy to announce the 2nd International Alumni event. The success of the first event inspired us to gather partnering schools together again to continue the mission of building the alumni community and nurturing the network of executives.

Around 100 alumni joined the session last time and we expect no fewer this time!

The online event dedicated exclusively to Executive MBA alumni of all BMI Institute‘s partner schools will take place on Thursday, March 25 at 17:00 CET / 18:00 EET (Vilnius time), via ZOOM platform.

We kindly ask you to register HERE no later than Tuesday, March 23.

This time for the session we invited Natasha Konstantinova who is a towering figure in the world of corporate communications, media, crisis management, and global reputation science.

She is straight: “No one is immune to a crisis", so during her session, she will guide us on being smart in the crisis and will discuss: 

  • What does it take to explore the crisis to the advantage of the company?
  • How to recognize the signs of a crisis, manage your personal response to it, and find out top strategies for leading through the crisis?

All in all, participants will get a grip on what Winston Churchill really meant by saying: “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”

The Zoom link, together with the confirmation of your registration, will be sent shortly after registration.

For more information on the event, please contact Dagne Armonaite (BMI Vilnius): dagne@bmiinstitute.com, +37065025096 or Elze Pociute (BMI Brussels): elze@bmiinstitute.com, +32 474 264551.

More about the speaker

Natasha Konstantinova spent over two decades working for Fortune 500 companies, international institutions and foundations in Europe and North America. She led global and corporate teams in Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Fashion, Domestic Appliance and IT.

She led numerous crisis response teams through epic corporate crises: cyber-attack, corruption, M&A, undelivered products and services, healthcare crisis, litigation and many others.

Natasha worked with the media, authorities, customers, suppliers, and analysts during the best and worst of times for her clients, standing side-by-side with them in war rooms when crises occurred.

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