Our next Studio/E At the Hill cohorts embark on their expeditions February of 2018

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Stories

 

Reason to Believe

The Studio/E Community has more than 500 successful members from all sectors. Some of the organizations include Target, Allina Health, the FBI, Cargill, Babson College, University of St. Thomas, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Vistage and many others.

 

Aside from making fantastic connections with very inspirational people, Studio/E gave me a chance to take time to think about what I want to accomplish, how I’m going to do it, and different paths to use that that wouldn’t necessarily be natural to me. Anytime you get a bunch of smart people in a room – anytime you’re able to get information from smart people – it’s an incredible combination.

Studio/E has done a great job of teaching me to listen to other people better and enroll myself in learning more about them. Studio/E has changed the way in which I work with my team members and speak to them in ways that encourage the promotion of ideas and the creation of ideas.

Heather Kliebenstein, Partner
Merchant & Gould

 

I would recommend Studio/E, but I would first ask, “Are you ready to make a big difference in the place you are at today, professionally, but also are you ready to make a different in this community?” If you’re a lean in person and you want to do that and you want to do that in a different, tangible, measurable way, in a way that’s going to have positive impact, then I think you’re ready for Studio/E.

Mark Addicks, Former CMO at General Mills

 

Studio/E has changed the way I think because we really live in an interconnected world and finding those connections and being intentional about who we connect to and really also being able to adapt and find new opportunities and building off of those has really allowed me to expand how I think.

Spencer Cronk, Commissioner
Minnesota Department of Administration

 

Studio/E completely changes the way you’re approaching your work. It gives you a new set of tools for dealing with future projects and potentialities, but it also challenges you in the moment to rethink how you are approaching the stuff you’re dealing with now, right here on the ground.

Pilar Gerasimo, Founding Editor
Experience Life Magazine and RevolutionaryAct.com

 

There is so much uncertainty in our world today, for all of us moving forward, whatever our business or personal lives might be. Tying the concepts developed by Babson and Jump with what Nate and Tom have created gives us the tools in whatever endeavors we may have to chart those unchartered waters and find success in our futures.

Dr. Corey Jensen, D.D.S.
Smile Design Dentistry