MBA student Victoria Michelotti blogs about the value of an MBA student trek to Japan
— May 20, 2015
Excerpt from Financial Times -- "My brief time in the country challenged my Western perspective and broadened my worldview in important ways. It’s inspiring to visit a place where people govern their lives differently from the way you govern your own. You not only begin to understand the nuances of their culture but you become sensitive to their unique customs and norms—sometimes even leading you to question why things are the way they are in your own culture. In essence, this is what emotional intelligence (EQ) is all about: bridging differences, building empathy and growing self-awareness."