The LGBTQ Executive Leaders Forum
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Emory Executive Education’s LGBTQ Executive Leaders Forum is designed to transform Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer leaders in their approach to the unique challenges faced in today’s business environment. Through this course, you will develop the skill set necessary to bridge the gap between being an advocate within your organization and pushing your organization — and the business community as a whole — to advocate on behalf of the LGBTQ population. The Forum provides executives with access to a powerful network of like-minded peers, to enhance their professional contacts and development.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Through improv exercises and techniques designed for stage performance, develop the presence and storytelling capabilities to engage your audience in hearing new perspectives
- Identify unique insights on the current state of the LGBTQ business population through the results of a first-of-its-kind research study, cosponsored by the LGBTQ Institute
- Learn about how organizations and communities interact with the LGBTQ population from one of today’s leading scholars in the field of organizational theory and LGBTQ business activism
HOW YOU WILL WORK SMARTER:
- You will uncover the power of Design Thinking as a methodology to better define challenges and ideate solutions for the real-world problems faced by the LGBTQ population in business environments
- You will gain deep understanding of the LGBTQ business population through insights from an in-depth study, with a focus on the unique challenges of being a leader who is LGBTQ
- You will explore ways to hire, retain, and promote LGBTQ employees and additional insights into the legal protections and exposures for the LGBTQ professionals
Who should attend
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Queer executives with a minimum of 10 years of professional experience and significant levels of managerial responsibility — from any size company, any industry, and any country — who wish to advance LGBTQ leadership in business