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Community and capabilities. Black Leaders Program strengthens both. This live online leadership program creates the space and support to help you delve into  the challenges and opportunities of being a Black leader today. Through reflection and connection with people who share similar experiences, you will create a meaningful network to guide you on your leadership journey.

Program Dates
09 August – 19 August 2021 | Live Online Sessions
September – November 2021 | Independent Project Work
10 November 2021 | Live Online Program Finale


Application Deadline
26 July 2021

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Black Leaders Program

Transform your leadership, build community, and explore the complexities of showing up authentically in this unique live online program for Black leaders.

Executive Education

Who Should Attend

  • Black leaders preparing to take on increasing levels of responsibility and challenge as they move into more senior leadership/management roles.
    • Directors and senior-level leaders in functional roles.
    • High potential, mid-career talent with established track records and significant managerial responsibility.
  • Individuals who are interested in advancing Black leadership in business.

Key Benefits

  • Discover leadership strategies to get where you want to go and develop self-awareness to succeed along the way.
  • Have honest conversations about Black identity in the workplace and barriers to success.
  • Learn how to manage power more effectively — up and down the corporate ladder.
  • Build a productive and meaningful network you can leverage throughout your career.
  • Develop communication skills to lead with courage and compassion. 
  • Participate in a capstone project to reach your career advancement goals.
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Live Online Sessions

Certificate of Completion

World-Class Faculty

Peer to Peer Learning

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