Leadership Talent Academy (LTA)
Find your own personal, value-driven leadership style to shape organizations built on a culture of togetherness, trust, and powerful action.
Audience: founders, PhD students, corporate innovators
Cost: We award 25 full scholarships financed by the Karl Schlecht Stiftung (KSG).
Duration: 4 months
Start: Batch #3: October 22, 2022
We embrace change and see obstacles as opportunities. Our goal is to support you in gaining new perspectives on your way of experiencing and challenging yourself, your life, and the current situations you are handling.
In this program, you'll explore your full potential to scale your impact. It's about creative confidence and empowering you as a person. Become the leader you want to be! Self-reflection and self-guidance are the first steps to take before you can enable and support others.
The Leadership Talent Academy (LTA) at UnternehmerTUM is a four-month program consisting of five on-site workshop modules.
What you'll get:
seven workshop days with many leadership exercises and time for reflection
expert insights through impulse lectures
companionship through individual coaching
connections to new people in similar situations
a learning environment with peer-to-peer consulting
option for participating in the "Akademie Führung und Persönlichkeit" (Academy of Leadership and Personality) together with the Munich School of Philosophy (twelve spots per batch)
Applications for Batch #2 are now closed.
To apply, make sure you fulfill this criteria
- You can fully participate in all modules on-site at the Munich Urban Colab and at the UnternehmerTUM headquarters in Garching.
- To fully engage with the program and your class, we expect you to clear your calendar during these days — giving yourself space and energy to focus on the LTA program.
The Leadership Talent Academy (LTA) is a partner program for the development of good leadership, initiated by the Karl Schlecht Foundation. Selected universities conduct the program with experts from the foundation's German network teaching it. Together, they empower talented students and young executives in STEM-related fields.
The foundation's goal is to offer prospective leaders in the high-tech industry the chance to explore ethical issues in business and leadership. Reaching beyond their specialist scientific training, it fosters these decision-makers' personal development with a holistic and humanistic approach.