Hear from Executive Education participants and gain insight into how the Stanford GSB experience made an impact on their lives — both personally and professionally.
One in five people have a diagnosed disability, but everyone has something they struggle with.
You have to find the perfect balance of the quantitative brain and the passionate heart.
I think for any entrepreneur, there’s a risk in being overconfident in your own decisions. That’s something I want to improve.
Xiaorong (Hazel) Hu
When you think about a marginalized individual or a child, they don’t just need food that’s nutritious, or clothes, or education, or healthcare. They need it all.
Realizing you’re not alone is incredibly powerful.
LGBTQ Executive Leadership Program ’16
Groundbreaking research is done by people who have freedom to pursue their craziest ideas...We really focus on that.
Oscar Stege Unger
Reframing the situation and putting yourself in control — that’s brain elasticity at work.
I’ve learned that leaders must recognize that they are not the most important people in the company.
Stanford Ignite gives you business skills to help prepare for when you’re let loose to build your own startup.
Xu Hua Fu
Stanford Ignite ’17
As a young woman, I wouldn’t have anticipated the scale of my future leadership roles.