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T2D Program: Headliner

Peer Programs

To thrive you need to dare to be different.

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Peer Group Goals

This program is an investment in the continued success of extraordinary leaders. It fosters a partnership and allyship with your peers to not only dare yourself but also your company.

For people in executive roles, this program delivers a powerful fusion of personal and professional development. It equips you with the resilience to navigate organizational challenges with poise and the leadership acumen to drive substantive change. Through an expertly curated curriculum, you'll acquire the tools to make an enduring impact across your organization, and empowering it to compete, scale and perform.

AREA ONE

RE-DEFINING AMBITION

Understanding how personal demands and unisex-dominated cultures can derail your professional and personal paths. And preventing it from happening.

Focus... - A healthy definition of ambition - Daring to be happy - The inner critic conversation - Combating career burnout - Architecting your own career

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AREA TWO

DEVELOPING YOUR PERSONAL BRAND

Develop and leverage your personal brand as a performance driver.

Focus... - Eliminating Imposter Syndrome - Developing Executive Presence - Creating and delivering your narrative - Building your communication engine - Developing a powerful external presence - Career-defining personal branding

AREA THREE

OVERCOMING UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

The condescending nature of mansplaining, womansplaining, or [fill in the blank]splaining prevents real communication from occurring. Evaluating your biases will help you become a master communicator.

Focus... - The Bias Audit: Understanding subtle ways biases impact your communication and those of your teams. -The Bias Barometer: implementing personal bias detection and remediation. - Rolling out bias intervention strategies corporate-wide. - Effective communication frameworks

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AREA FOUR

LEADING THROUGH GROWTH AND UNCERTAINTY

Developing yourself and your organization to manage through and changing times and taking advantage of market, competitive and corporate changes.

Focus... -Essential skills and strategies for leaders to thrive in challenging business environments. - Scenario evaluation. - Data-informed, not data-driven. - First principles analysis. - Embracing failure as fuel. - Communication as a growth tool. - Creating a future-ready workforce.

AREA FIVE

COMPETITIVE INNOVATION

Igniting a customer-driven continuous innovation culture.

Focus... - Cultivating intrapreneurship - The customer-partner paradigm - Data-driven disruption - Creating an "always-on" innovation engine - Customer value engineering

AREA SIX

OUT-NETWORKING NETWORKERS

Research shows women are more likely to point to merit as the reason for a promotion, whereas men attribute their strategic relationship skills.

Focus... - Forging alliances and mentorship - Loose touch networking - Mutual resource vs. hub and spoke models - Network deconstruction, evaluation and reconstitution

Navigating Your Senior Executive Life

Technology and other high-pressure sectors force unprecedented challenges that come with operating at the highest levels of leadership. From navigating complex politics to avoiding burnout, you need unique support.

The senior executive peer program provides the tools to navigate career success.

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Peer Mentorship

Senior executive life can be an isolating place, where unvarnished advice is hard to come by. You need trusted, experienced mentors who understands the unique complexities you face and can serve as an unbiased sounding board for high-stakes decisions. Your cohort becomes your kitchen cabinet.

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