Online Masterclass: Making the most of a 100 year life, especially after 50!
Your success means you can afford to do something different in your next act
If you have worked more than 20 years,
if you feel you need a change,
If you realise you have another 20 years full of opportunities,
If you have a curious mind and intellect
If you believe your next job has not been invented yet
If you feel you want to dedicate your time and energy to activities with greater meaning.
Join this masterclass...
What if you have the chance to start over, and have the opportunity to open a new chapter in your life, allowing you to transform your passions into new and exciting ventures that truly influence the world around you?
Please join us for a thought provoking discussion between Teresa Martín-Retortillo, President of IE Exponential Learning, the unit at IE university that delivers lifelong learning experiences, and Peter Bryant Executive Director of the Transformation with Purpose Fellowship Program at IE University about how to make the most of a 100-year life.
President of IE Exponential Learning, the unit at IE University that delivers lifelong learning experiences
She manages the Executive Education unit and is responsible for driving innovation in all of its programs. Previously, she was Senior Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for McGraw-Hill Education out of NYC, and before that was a partner of Bain & Company. Additionally, she is a Non-Executive Director in several boards. Teresa’s main purpose is to create learning experiences that give individuals the confidence to craft their own impactful and meaningful path.
“We have to see the world as entrepreneurs do, as an opportunity for growth.”
Peter Bryant practices what he preaches, finding opportunity everywhere he looks. Currently Professor of Entrepreneurship at IE Business School, he has extensive experience in venture capitalism and has orchestrated a number of successful IPOs and VC deals.
He was previously a manager in the airline, banking, consulting and venture capital industries in Sydney, before going on to manage the commercialization of exciting new technologies at the University of Sydney.
Alongside his teaching responsibilities, he conducts valuable research into entrepreneurial management and strategy, exploring how entrepreneurship can drive industrial change and the evolution of organizational capabilities. His research has been published in major academic journals, as well as professional publications including the online editions of the Harvard Business Review and The Economist.
Professor of Entrepeneurship at IE Business School
- Lecturer, Macquarie Graduate School of Management
- Manager of New Ventures, University of Sydney
- Associate at A&B Venture Capital
- Manager at Deloitte
- PhD & MA in Management, Macquarie Graduate School of Management