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Open Programme
LGBT+ Leadership
Increase your impact with authenticity

In cooperation with

Europe’s first programme from a leading business school for LGBT+ talents

The programme combines the international highly recognised leadership expertise of ESCP Europe with the experience of the global LGBT+ leadership contest & community RAHM.

With our partner RAHM we work on LGBT-specific challenges in today’s workplace. This intense programme will leverage your personal leadership style by exploring the business, team and individual dimensions of leadership. We enable you to develop an authentic approach to leading your employees, while encouraging you to employ novel tools and techniques in dealing with others. With these key elements, you will create a more meaningful impact in your organization and develop strategies on how to leverage the potential of diversity in your work environment.

Benefits for participants


Turn your LGBT+ identity into your personal leadership strength


Increase your impact as a leader for more business success


Understand how to use the dynamics of power and influence


Enhance your communication and negotiation skills


Learn how to unfold individual potential in a diverse team


Benefit from your peers’ advice and the relationships you build during and beyond the programme


Enjoy an exclusive opportunity to take part in LGBT+ leadership contest RAHM


  • Introduction to design thinking principles
  • Leadership presence & impact
  • Authentic leadership
  • Negociation
  • Bias in decision making
  • Building & using networks
  • Story telling
  • MBTI personality test


LGBT+ (future) leaders, project managers and entrepreneurs with a minimum of 5 years of work experience.

Fees - €3,950


Learn more about Kerstin Alfes, academic director of the LGBT+ Leadership programme