AAA Leadership is a new 2023 Toigo Groundbreakers webinar series designed to encourage all women, especially from historically marginalized backgrounds to recognize the importance of owning—and telling—their stories as part of their professional journey and leadership development arc.
Led by Dr. Tina Opie, co-author of Shared Sisterhood: How to Take Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work, the live webinars offer a rare and valuable forum for sharing experiences, gaining insights and connecting with others experiencing similar challenges.
During the sessions, Dr. Opie will focus on the three AAAs—awareness, agency and abundance—with a fourth, bonus “Ask Me Anything” session for practical advice and tips. Small group discussions and Q&A are all part of the mix.
Led by Dr. Tina Opie
AAA Leadership webinars will be presented live via zoom.
All sessions are 1 hour long.
February 16th – 12PM EST; 9AM PST | AWARENESS
April 13th – 12PM EST; 9AM PST | AGENCY
July 13th – 12PM EST; 9AM PST | ABUNDANCE
October 12th – 12PM EST; 9AM PST | ASK ME ANYTHING
$80 for the series
$35 for the series
A series pass provides access to all four sessions. If you can't make a live session, you will have access for up to 60-days post event.
Dr. Tina Opie
Dr. Tina Opie is a tenured Associate Professor of Management at Babson College, and an award-winning teacher and researcher, consultant and speaker. She is the founder of Opie Consulting Group LLC, where she advises large firms in the financial services, entertainment, media, beauty, educational, and healthcare industries. Her research has appeared in such outlets as O Magazine, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and Harvard Business Review and she has been published in multiple academic journals. Her new book, Shared Sisterhood: How to Take Collection Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work (co-authored with Dr. Beth A. Livingston and published by Harvard Business Review Press), will launch the day prior to Groundbreakers 2022. Opie’s podcast episode “Lead with Authenticity” was selected as one of Harvard Business Review's Most Influential and Innovative articles from Harvard Business Review’s first century; she is listed among such luminaries as Peter Drucker, Daniel Goleman, Michael E. Porter and Clayton Christensen. Opie is a regular commentator on Harvard Business Review’s Women at Work podcast and Greater Boston’s NPR affiliate television station WGBH.