How we can share the leading management ideas of our age with your organisation.

Curated programs

Thinkers50 Curated Partnerships are an opportunity to host Thinkers50 inside your organisation where we co-create and co-design an exclusive program of webinars tailored to your strategy and context.

Our experts work closely with your organisation to understand your most pressing business concerns and match those priorities with external speakers drawn from the Thinkers50 community.

Thinkers50 co-designs and curates a program of monthly or quarterly webinars with your organisation, where you hear from thought leaders from the Thinkers50 community.

Thought Leadership Bootcamp

In 2022, for the first time ever, we are offering an online course, to share the insights we’ve learned over more than two decades of running Thinkers50. During this time, we’ve been lucky enough to work with some of the world’s smartest and best-known thought leaders, to watch them grow within the Thinkers50 community, and go on to achieve incredible success.

We know that many of you have great ideas – ideas that could make a real impact – and we’d like to see more of those ideas get out into the world. But one thing we’ve also learnt is that it doesn’t come easily – if it did, everyone would be doing it.

The thought leaders we have learned most from are smart (that’s a given), but they are also canny. We’ve had an inside track on their successes – and failures – to know what works and what doesn’t. What we have observed are very specific strategies for how they develop their brands and ideas.

So, if you’ve ever wondered why some thinkers regularly get into the Harvard Business Review, or how they negotiate the best publishing deal, or you want to find new revenue streams to monetise your IP while you sleep, then the Thinkers50 Thought Leader Bootcamp is for you.

If you are looking to take your thought leadership brand to the next level, and you want to apply, contact:

Faculty development and
individual coaching

Thinkers50 offers coaching for high-potential business school faculty. Typically, this involves one-on-one sessions (virtual or face-to-face) with individual members of faculty to help them raise their visibility among practitioners and establish them as thought leaders in their field, simultaneously raising the profile of the academic institution. Faculty development is a way to provide support to your most accomplished faculty.

We also offer coaching and advice for individual thought leaders.

For more information and pricing, contact:

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