" In this challenging time for Black corporate leaders, we need an organization that is bold and transformational in its executive development…LEAD360 is that organization.
We invite your organization to join us in the quest to ensure the success and sustainability of our corporate village."
- Dr. EW Walton
Chief Executive Officer,
The WYN Academy Live Executive Education Cohort at Georgetown University is a comprehensive and dynamic program that offers a unique blend of classes, networking events, and onstage presentations. This exclusive cohort is meticulously designed to provide participants with a transformative learning experience that enhances their leadership skills and expands their professional networks.
This year, we go deeper into the executive mindset with experts such as Natasha Bowman, Elizabeth Leiba, Alduan Tartt, and Ed Gordon.
Our WYN Academy Live will be held at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. The Washington, D.C. area is the home of the largest representation of Black business leaders, making the city the optimal backdrop for leveling up our skill sets, perceptions, and connections.
WYN Academy LIVE is designed for managers to senior-level leaders. Typically, those leaders hold the title of manager and above.
These leaders are intentional in their quest to create a greater organizational impact by engaging in a rigorous educational experience.
This "Hackathon" approach brings leaders together in a collaborative environment where several teams compete to create solutions for the most significant issues that derail upward mobility and success among Black leaders. This intense problem-solving environment will facilitate the creation of realistic and innovative ideas and concepts to advance Black leadership. In addition, participants have an exciting opportunity to work and learn from individuals from various fields with multiple interests and skills, all collaborating to solve the same problem.
At the end of the hackathon, participants will share strategies related to building an executive mindset, developing the next generation of leaders, forming sustainable teams, and advancing to the next level in their careers.
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WYN ACADEMY LIVE EXPERIENCE
LEAD360 + THE MCDONOUGH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
LEAD360 is teaming up with one of the most prominent business schools to tackle an enormous challenge; Executive Inequity.
The McDonough Business
school has boldly committed to supporting LEAD360's research efforts and the development of our community over the next several years.
With the support of our title sponsor, Genentech, this incubator provides a tangible pathway for transformation. We invite you and your company to join the village of Waymakers.
Our WYN Academy brings together a select team of thought-leading influencers to strengthen systems that yield more successful Black senior and executive corporate leaders.
Through our discovery process, this executive community will birth innovative strategies that truly ensure sustainability
for Black corporate leaders.
IDENTIFY | DISCOVER | DEFINE | REFINE
We have created an environment where leaders are free to ideate, evaluate, discuss and plan. While this is not a destination meeting, we are excited bout the solutions that this highly curated group of transformational thinkers will reveal.
Your role is to bring your experiences, challenges, and solutions to the table. Much like the focus group process, we do the work to collect those innovations and convert them to strategies and tactics.
This experience allows each participant
to gain pearls to infuse within their
Fellows will receive credit for contributing and opportunities
to be featured in our published work
Joining our executive learning community. Based on sponsorship level, your organization will have access to our WYN Academy Online, and other specified cohort programs
Fellows have exclusive opportunities to participate in advisory boards, focus groups, and other research forums
The WYN Academy at Georgetown University Experience
As a LEAD360 Fellow, you will have the ability to learn, leverage, and connect with the Georgetown Business School faculty as well as industry thought leaders, and a tight-knight group of similarly positioned Black corporate leaders.