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The LGBTQ Executive Leaders Forum

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Our LGBTQ Executive Leaders Forum is designed to provide a space for LGBTQ leaders to network with their peers and to share their experiences to become even stronger leaders and advocates for the LGBTQ population in business.

HOW IT WORKS In this four-day program, LGBTQ executives with significant managerial responsibility gain a deeper awareness and understanding of how organizations and communities interact with the LGBTQ population and explore the unique challenges and opportunities that come with being an LGBTQ leader.

Course Takeaways

Unique Insights

Review research on the current state of the LGBTQ business population uncovered in a first-of-its-kind study.

New Methodology

Discover the power of design thinking for better defining challenges and innovating solutions for business issues facing the LGBTQ population.

A Powerful Network

Grow your professional community with LGBTQ executives from all over the nation and the world, representing a wide variety of industries.


Learn to use improv techniques to develop storytelling capabilities to engage stakeholders in accepting new perspectives. Expand your knowledge of the legal protections and exposures for LGBTQ professionals, and learn strategies for hiring, retaining, and promoting top LGBTQ talent.

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


Biography Giacomo Negro joined the Goizueta Business School faculty in 2008. He previously taught at the Durham Business School (UK) and Bocconi University (Italy), and was a visiting scholar at various institutions including Stanford University and UCLA. Negro holds a PhD in management from Boc...

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