MLT has a committed partnership base that includes over 100 leading corporations, non-profits, foundations, and graduate business schools. All of MLT's partners are committed to helping MLT Rising Leaders succeed on their paths to senior leadership while building a more diverse leadership pipeline within their organizations.
MLT's 2015 Partner Symposium, hosted by Deloitte, will take place on Thursday, May 28th in New York City. The event will include unique insights into how organizations can crack the code on diverse talent recruitment and retention, and attendees will have the chance to network with peers from multiple sectors of the economy. This invitation-only event is open to senior diversity & inclusion and talent executives. Click here to learn more about the event.
The MLT Difference
There are two primary levers organizations have to build their pipeline of diverse senior leadership talent:
- Maximize recruiting inputs at every stage ranging from entry-level college recruiting through lateral hiring at the executive levels.
- Minimize the attrition of the high potential talent you have and ensure that talent continues to develop and stays in the pipeline to senior leadership.
MLT stays with its Rising Leaders throughout their careers, providing ongoing access to the winning playbook and personalized coaching. This career-long approach allows us to work with our partners throughout their leadership pipeline to maximize recruiting input, minimize unforced attrition, and maximize development of high potential talent at all levels.
Why Partner With MLT?
MBA Program Partners
MLT partners with over 30 top graduate business schools committed to improving the quality and diversity of their respective student bodies. MLT's business school partners support MLT in several ways, including financially, hosting MLT events, sending admissions staff to work directly with Rising Leaders, and shaping MLT's curriculum. MLT has driven breakthrough results in the quality and diversity of many partners' applicant pools.