This leadership development and networking program is designed for senior executives who aspire to ascend to a C-Suite role reporting directly to the CEO, or who desire to enhance the effectiveness of their interactions with C-Suite executives. In collaboration with McKinsey & Company, this unique program strategically and tactically prepares Black senior executives for this next critical step in their careers. Participants learn from successful Black C-Suite executives while receiving deeper professional and personal insights through individualized feedback, assessments, and coaching.
Mid-Level Managers’ Symposium (MLMS)
This annual Symposium is a two-day, professional-development experience for nearly 1,000 high-potential, high-performing corporate managers and leaders. Participants learn from and network with ELC members who represent the most senior global executives in Fortune 1000 and Global 500 companies. The MLMS experience is further enhanced by in-depth workshops, segmented by experiential level (cohorts), as well as functional areas (Sales and Marketing, Finance, IT, Human Resources, Supply Chain and Professional Services, etc.).
Leadership Development Week (LDW)
Geared toward Black mid-level managers from a variety of industries, organizations, functional areas, and locations, LDW comprises five unique programs for mid- to senior level managers at different stages of their professional careers:
- Bright Futures
- Leading Innovation
- Navigating the Corporate Landscape
- Strategic Pathways (Women Only)
- Strengthening the Pipeline (STP)
Institute Fellows Programs
Fellows are part of a growing global network of thousands of Black mid-level managers who have graduated from The ELC Institute’s Leadership Development Programs. This ongoing affiliation with The ELC Institute affords past participants several benefits such as visibility in and access to professional networking opportunities, access to digital leadership training, career solutions, research, thought leadership, and an online Fellows directory.