Thunderbird Global Leadership Alliance

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A customized, members-only learning opportunity

Thunderbird’s Global Leadership Alliance (GLA) is a membership-based program that brings together member organizations to solve real, cross-industry business challenges. Blending the best of customized learning and open-enrollment programs, the GLA brings together organizations from non-competing industries who work together to determine the course content.

Who Joins GLA?

  • Individuals identified in their organization as emerging or high-potential leaders within their organization
  • Two to three levels down from the C-Suite, depending on company size

GLA Curriculum

Content for the GLA is determined by the needs and interests of the cohort companies and delivered by Thunderbird faculty. It is a blend of faculty engagement, exercises and simulations, company visits and immersive experiences, designed to move beyond self-awareness assessments and toward action and behavior. Peers drive the conversation and the focus is on solving problems and tackling challenges that emerge in all industries.

Key Features

  • Nine-month program, with four in-person engagements and three virtual master classes
  • Senior leaders of member companies partner in the design of content for the program
  • In-person peer dialogue cohort sessions of no more than 15 leaders (across various industries) led by expert faculty
  • 360-degree feedback process
  • Executive coaching
  • Cross-industry cohort projects
  • Finale leadership symposium event
  • Various global locations at key points

Thunderbird Global Leadership Academy

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Investment

  • $17,250 membership fee (company or organization)
  • $17,250 tuition per leader for the entire program

Contact Us Today

Is your organization interested in being part of the exclusive Global Leadership Alliance? Let's talk.

John Bevell, MBA
Client Relationship Director
+1 602 978-7812
john.bevell@thunderbird.asu.edu