My colleague, John Couke, and I will be offering a Wharton Team Based Discussion Workshop in Tokyo on November 18th at 8pm. This is NOT a distance based session, so you must be in Tokyo to attend. My post on Wharton interviews can be found here.
Wharton MBA Team Based Discussion Interview Workshop
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 18, 8pm-9:15pm
Location: E4TG Isshin Building 5F, 2-11-7 Yaesu Chuo-ku, Tokyo
東京都中央区八重洲 2-11-7 一新ビル 5階
This workshop is for those who will be having a Round 1 Wharton Interview. It is focused solely on the Team Based Discussion. It will consist of a simulated 35 minute TBD based on the actual topic being used. After that the remaining time will consist of feedback and discussion. Both Adam and John will be observing. In the event that the number of participants is over 8, the group will be divided into 2 for the simulation with Adam or John observing.
The feedback session will focus on such topics as
(1) Delivery of an effective 1 minute proposal
(2) Effective listening
(3) What makes for good team interaction?
(4) The role of body language
Please note that the 1-to-1 interview will not be covered in this session.
Cost: 10,000 yen paid in advance by bank transfer received by 11/15/2014
13,000 yen if paid in cash on the day of the event.
Prepayment is mandatory, so if we cannot confirm your payment by the15th , you will need to pay in cash on the day of the event.
Recording: We encourage you to audio record the workshop. To protect your personal information please do not reveal anything about yourself that you would be uncomfortable having recorded by other participants. Therefore changing the name of your company, clients, etc. is highly advised during the participatory parts of the workshop.
To make a reservation and arrange for payment, please email John Couke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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