Tuesday, April 3, 2012

SAIS Bologna: "a transformative process"

Tom Tesluk is chairman of the Bologna Center Advisory Council, comprised of U.S. and European leaders who provide operating advice and financial support to the institution.

A 1981 graduate of SAIS Bologna, Tom decided to attend the program to expand his horizons and challenge his assumptions by studying with students and faculty from other countries.

"It is still changing my life," Tom says in the video interview below, calling SAIS Bologna a "transformative process."

His motivations remain valid for many of the 190-odd students who attend the Center three decades after Tom did.

I spoke to Tom last week when he was in Bologna for the Advisory Council's annual meeting. Tom currently is CEO of Sequent Consulting LLC and provides management and international business development advice to European and U.S. clients.

If you are reading this via email, you can see the video here.

Nelson Graves

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