Partnership to Accelerate Women Leadership Development

Partnership to Accelerate Women Leadership Development

We are delighted to announce that The Above & Beyond Group has formed an international learning partnership with Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance, a leading provider of customised executive development programmes for corporates. The corporate learning alliance will facilitate and run the leadership programs of our diversity accelerator, The Diversity Council.

The unique joint venture between, Financial Times and IE Business School offers a completely new and humanistic approach to executive development. Practitioners, business school experts, a network of 500+ educators and some of the world’s most experienced journalists help make each module of each program remarkable.

Through this unique combination, Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance is the perfect global partner to deliver The Diversity Council’s master programs. The DC Advanced Leadership Program is customized and challenges the current mindsets and fosters debates that help the participating female talents to push boundaries, be innovative and lead the future of their industries.

The objective is to empower female talents worldwide by developing them as leaders as well as people and amplifying their strengths to consistently operate to their highest potential.

Tine Arentsen Willumsen notes that, ‘As we expand The Diversity Council internationally, we are very excited to fuel this new phase in partnership with Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance. The alliance brings a unique ecosystem of global professors, thought-leaders and top journalists to our DC Advanced Leadership Program for Women. Together we are set to strengthen the female leadership pipeline throughout the corporate world.’

Together with FT|IE Corporate Learning Alliance, we look forward to furthering our work to address the barriers that obstruct the advancement of more women into top management.

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