Enrollment Ends October 27, 2021
A 5-month practicum experience to put your Inner MBA wisdom into action
As a graduate of the Inner MBA program, you had the experience of hearing from many great thought leaders and learned the information that they shared.
You may be looking at your own role at work and in projects you are a part of differently.
You may want to make a bigger impact in your workplace.
This new knowledge may have inspired and motivated you, but you’re unsure of how to apply it to your current projects and teams at work.
Are you responsible for a project or need to overcome a challenge in your business? Do you have authority over a small team to get real work done? Are you creating a new process or product? The Inner MBA Alumni Practicum is the perfect program for you.
As a part of this program, you will work closely with Steve Macadam (Inner MBA faculty instructor) and Annyse Balkwill (a fellow Inner MBA graduate) and a small group of Inner MBA alumni to learn how to apply many of the principles and practices you have learned to a project you are working on.
Steve and Annyse will be there as guides to help anchor the learning and to help you, in real time, overcome challenges that you might have to pushing your projects forward. As Steve said in his segment of the program, “It is 1 percent learning and 99 percent practicing.” If you want to practice and feel fully supported as you go, this program could be for you!
This program is limited to 24 participants who want to apply their Inner MBA learnings to a project that has meaning at work and walk hand in hand with a group of other graduates also applying these practices.
Due to the nature of this program, there is an application process and a limited number of spots.
As a part of the application process, you will need to provide the details of a project, initiative, or issue to resolve that you are either currently working on or starting for your business. It is also required that you are working on this project with at least two others, as we will be practicing many of the relational and community aspects from the Inner MBA program. You must have the agency and authority to convene this team or group and to apply new practices to how you work to get the project done.
If you’ve ever felt a deep calling to use the work you do as a powerful force for good in the world, and you are also strongly interested in personal development and inner growth, then the Inner MBA practicum is especially for you.
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|4||January 5||10 am – 12 pm ET | 7 am – 9 am PT||2h|
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|8||March 2||10 am – 11 am ET | 7 am – 8 am PT||1h|
|9||March 23||10 am – 11 am ET | 7 am – 8 am PT||1h|
Total Program Cost is $3,700
Steve Macadam served as CEO and president of EnPro Industries, Inc. from April 2008 through July 2019, then through the end of February 2020 as vice chairman of EnPro’s board. Prior to joining EnPro, he was CEO of BlueLinx Holdings, Inc. Before joining BlueLinx in October 2005, he was the President and CEO of Consolidated Container Company, LLC, since August 2001.
He served previously with Georgia-Pacific Corp., where he was executive vice president, Pulp & Paperboard from July 2000 until August 2001, and senior vice president, Containerboard & Packaging from March 1998 until July 2000. He held positions of increasing responsibility with McKinsey and Company, Inc. from 1988 until 1998, culminating in the role of principal in charge of McKinsey’s Charlotte, North Carolina office.
He received a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Kentucky, an MS in finance from Boston College, and an MBA from Harvard University, where he was a Baker Scholar.
He currently serves as an independent director on the boards of Louisiana-Pacific Corporation and Valvoline, Inc., having previously served on five different company boards.
He is married with four children and resides in Atlanta.
Annyse Balkwill, PEng is the Founder of The LuminUs Group where she works with organizations to build community through meaningful conversations. She focuses on coaching and teaching leaders both the mindsets and skill sets required to nourish an environment where people can thrive, co-create, share wisdom and have important conversations that lead to potent actions.
Annyse is a licensed professional chemical and biochemical engineer in Ontario, Canada, who worked in the water industry at General Electric for over a decade. She had the privilege of facilitating powerful conversations and building authentic community with customers and GE employees all over the world. She is a certified Genuine Contact facilitator and an Open Space Technology facilitator.
She is also a yoga instructor, a mom of two young girls, and she recently coauthored and published a book called Women, Let’s Rise.
For questions, please contact Annyse at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can book a time to connect about the program.
We are taking the health of all Inner MBA enrollees very seriously. We’ve made a few additional options available in your enrollment process.
If you are uncertain about traveling to the in-person immersion events in September 2020 and April 2021, you may now enroll for the Virtual Only Program, and then upgrade later to the In-Person Immersion Events & Virtual Program if you become more comfortable with travel.
Alternately, if you’d like to enroll in the In-Person Immersion Events & Virtual Program, you can downgrade to the Virtual Only option if you need to due to travel conditions.
To support anyone experiencing financial hardship during this time, we have opened up several more scholarships than we initially planned to, to make sure no student who wants to attend is turned away for financial reasons.