Join Peers, Colleagues and World-Class Faculty for Two Days Dedicated to Reimagining the Modern Workforce
Created by WICT and developed in partnership with top-ranking executive education institutes, the Betsy Magness Graduate Institute (BMGI) is designed to build upon the BMLI curriculum providing graduates with the latest tools, techniques and disciplines to hone their business strategies. All the while, the Graduate Institute allows participants to connect and reconnect with BMLI alumnae —a B2B network that is among the most powerful networks in all of business.
The BMGI program convenes leading experts to help WICT design and develop an immersive learning experience. Leveraging the power of the BMLI community, the 2021 program features facilitated discussions, panels, and group brainstorming to help you reimagine the modern workforce as we emerge from the COVID pandemic.
2021: Reimagining the Modern Workforce
It is not often that we are provided an opportunity to reimagine how we live and how we work. Through experiential exercises, peer mentoring and data-driven presentations, the 2021 BMGI program will create the space to do just that. With practical guidance for leaders, teams and organizations who are serious about success in the modern workforce, CCL researcher and senior faculty member Joanne Dias will help facilitate a deeper understanding of human centered leadership. Dr. Dias, along with other carefully selected subject matter experts, will share what is required of leaders today to develop the high-level of engagement and candor needed for businesses and teams to thrive. Akin to how we rethink the way we do business, BMGI will also explore psychological safety and its foundational role in innovation, divergent thinking, creativity and risk-taking.
EACH YEAR, BMGI TEACHING WILL—
- Foster and strengthen the community of BMLI alumnae
- Engage and reconnect with BMLI faculty
- Cultivate a learning mindset for continued professional development and organizational impact
- Deepen leadership purpose
- Build on strategies for supporting and developing organizational diversity and inclusion
In addition, the 2021 BMGI will provide key takeaways, including—
- Industry-wide lessons learned on leading through a pandemic
- Reconnecting as teams, functional areas and organizations
- Enabling risk-taking and courageous vulnerability
- Clarifying boundaries and establishing trust
- A new tool for inclusive group problem solving
- Graduate of the Betsy Magness Leadership Institute
- “So many takeaways, both professionally and personally.”
- “I have the same spark and warm feelings I had from my first time with BMLI. This was worth the money and time. I look forward to this again next year. Thank you for helping me push the ‘reset’ button.”
- “The session is a good recharge and a good reminder of leadership concepts I can always benefit from hearing again.
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