When Bhanu Choudhrie came to the United States, his mission was to get a quality education at the University of Boston. He studied marketing and international business earning a bachelor of arts degree. Soon after, Choudhrie began working for a company he found, C&C Alpha Group based in London, England. He didn’t start holding an executive role, but as an intern. By 2001, he became the Executive Director of the privately owned investment firm. While building and expanding his company, Bhanu realized he needed continuous learning as a leader and an entrepreneur.
Bhanu Choudhrie entered the Owner and President Management Program (OPM) at Harvard Business School (HBS) in 2016. After completing the program, he joined Megalith Financial Acquisition Corporation after going public on Wall Street in 2018 as Director. One year later, he gave a testimonial on HBS website sharing why he learns continuously. Before finishing the OPM program, Choudhrie was eager to apply some leadership skills he learned in the class. He strongly believes leaders and business owners need to seek more knowledge on leading and running their businesses.
Continuous learning is significant for Bhanu Choudhrie as an investor and investment manager. It keeps him updated on the latest trends and changes of the global economy as a leader. He pursued an education in high executive management and ownership during the time of expanding his company international. Prior learning at the University of Boston and in the workplace wasn’t enough for him. After completing the OPM program at HBS, Choudhrie testified he is running his businesses differently in his home country and the United Kingdom.
The inspiring words on continuous learning by Bhanu Choudhrie made on Harvard Business School’s site is motivational and uplifting. He believes learning will never stop even after earning a bachelor’s degree or an MBA. The times are similar to the global economies with constant changes. What Choudhrie gained from the program mostly was a renewal of his sense of purpose. He learned valuable lessons to apply to his business. It enabled him to challenge his own ideas while enhancing his leadership and managerial skills.
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