Ready to Make Your Voice Heard?

Join Dr. Felicia Guity, an executive leader at Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, and most recently, COO in Google Engineering, for a 3-hour live, online workshop for emerging Black leaders. 

Date: To Be Determined (TBD)
Time Commitment: 3 hours
Format: Live online
Tuition: TBD

What You’ll Get in 3 Hours:

  • Learn To Be Heard: Strategies to make your voice heard in meetings, advocate in performance reviews and influence key decisions
  • How To Get To Win-Win: Hands on tactics for solution driven negotiations to drive the right outcomes for you and your team
  • Try Your New Skills: Practice applying what you learn with Dr. Guity and peers so you’re ready for the next opportunity!
  • Accelerate to Leadership: Learn from Dr. Guity’s journey and learnings along the way, get practical advice you can apply today

Is this workshop right for you?

Are you ready to have your voice heard and be impactful as a Black leader?

What Dr. Guity Will cover during your time together:

  • Leadership: What is Leadership? How do you make the transition from Manager to Leader? How is the journey to leadership different for people of color?
  • Influence: How do you influence others? How do you create space to have your voice heard and to fill that space with messages with clarity and impact? Learn Dr. Guity’s strategies & tactics for people of color leaders to exercise influence.
  • Negotiations: Gain access to Dr. Guity’s solution driven approach to negotiations, including how to drive critical moments towards outcomes that benefit you & the people you lead.

What you’ll get by Attending this workshop:

You’re in good company!

Join the ranks of emerging leaders from top organizations whom Dr. Guity has helped find success.

Dr. Guity's teachings from her wealth of experience were invaluable. As a person of color, receiving honesty and encouragement from an executive-level leader who truly grasps the distinct challenges we encounter is rare.
Adam Akisanya Global Marketing Project Manager at The North Face
Dr. Guity's expertise in cloud technology provided great insight for me as I navigated opportunities to further advance my career. Through access to her leadership story and perspective and a vibrant community of peers, we engaged in candid discussions about how people of color can have maximum impact while addressing the biases that often confront us.
Larry Green Health & Performance, Global Partnerships & Solutions Lead at Google
Beyond the classroom, the invaluable learnings, frameworks, and supportive community have had a lasting impact. With the curriculum's guidance, I not only defined my vision and mission for my current role but also established clear goals for my future endeavors.
Kristie King COO at Del Richardson & Associates, Inc.
Dr. Guity played a pivotal role in empowering me to discover my leadership voice, not only for my present position but also for any future opportunities I might encounter.
Dr. LaWanda M. Clark Founder & CEO of iMpact Awareness Action Advocacy, LLC
This supportive environment not only fostered accountability but also provided invaluable opportunities during a period of transition when I sought to reestablish stability.
Demetria Anderson Higher Education Consultant at PPOD Consulting Group

About Dr. Guity

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  • Served as COO in Google Engineering
  • Promoted to top 1% of Microsoft Leadership with accountability for billions in revenue, spend, and P&L responsibility
  • More than 30 years at world’s most successful tech companies, including Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Citrix, IBM, and Lotus
  • Award-winning executive, leader, and board member driving exceptional business results
  • Sits on the board for Powerful Voices, We Connect the Dots Inc., and Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Dr. Guity is excited to share her journey to Black Leadership and what she’s learned along the way.


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