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Deloitte Advisory Executive Programs Manager - Chief Legal Officer Program in Atlanta, Georgia

Who we are

Advisory Executive Programs oversees a mature portfolio of offerings that support a select group of Executive buyers throughout the journey of their career and position Deloitte as the preeminent provider of premiere services. The offerings are intended to elevate Executives as a leader in their organization, position them as a trusted business advisor, and strengthen relationships with their Deloitte counterparts. Today, our portfolio includes:

  • The CAE Program

  • The CLO Program

  • Center for Controllership

  • The CISO Program

Work you'll do

This role gives the candidate a unique opportunity to learn about each Advisory Executive Program's offering portfolio and work directly with Deloitte leaders and Advisory PPMDs to execute key initiatives that drive each offering portfolio. The candidate will engage across the four Advisory Executive Programs listed above with a focus on the Chief Legal Officer ("CLO") Program.

The U.S. CLO Program is a strategic growth platform for Deloitte to execute its vision "to be recognized as the pre-eminent advisor to the CLO." The CLO Program aims to enhance Deloitte's CLO market position by focusing on the specific challenges, needs and demands CLOs face, and equipping our Deloitte colleagues to build and sustain meaningful relationships with CLOs and senior legal, legal operations and compliance executives of key and target clients. The CLO Program accomplishes this through an outstanding portfolio of initiatives and offerings, training curriculum, points of view, market information and service solutions.

This Manager will be responsible for leading the Next Generation CLO Academy and AEP Alumni Sustainment efforts. The Manager will have opportunities to work directly with clients and senior leaders in our firm to support the CLO Program Academy and the AEP Alumni agenda. The Manager will also collaborate with other CXO Academy and alumni teams throughout the firm.

Next Generation CLO Academy

  • Lead the strategy, content development, and operations for the Academy

  • Drive innovation and process improvement

  • Collaborate and coordinate with the Academy Dean and PPMDs

  • Identify and engage external plenary speakers

  • Manage the support staff to oversees the logistics, event execution and operations

  • Deliver a consistent and high-quality client experience

  • Strategize and execute on post-Academy engagement with clients and account teams

  • Manage and monitor Academy budget and expense

  • Collaborate with other CXO Academy teams by sharing and receiving best practices

    Alumni Sustainment

  • Develop an overall AEP Alumni strategy

  • Enhance the CLO Program Alumni sustainment strategy

  • Align and collaborate with Executive Accelerators ("XA") Alumni Sustainment team

  • Coordinate delivery of webcasts and post-Academy breakout sessions to Academy alumni cohort

  • Develop and deliver the Alumni Academy (Academy II)

  • Develop content, work plan, budget

  • Coordinate content development with external facilitators

  • Coordinate space requirements and logistical needs with DU leaders

  • Identify and engage external plenary speakers

  • Manage support staff to oversee the logistics, event execution and operations

  • Deliver a high-quality client experience

The team

Advisory Executive Programs sits within Deloitte Advisory's Commercial Office, whose mission is to strengthen Risk and Financial Advisory's brand position and commercial success. Advisory Executive Programs supports our LCSPs, LBPs, and account teams in helping key client leaders, their teams, and organizations address their most pressing challenges.

Our team members are continually refining, retooling, and reshaping what we deliver, how we deliver, and why we deliver. It's this type of open mindset and out-of-the-box solutioning that will spur growth, expand capabilities, and challenge thinking.

Specific Performance Measurements:

  • Project-based performance snapshots

  • Actively identify and initiate process improvement opportunities for Advisory Executive Programs

  • Contribute to design thinking and the client experience

  • Be a participating member of ACA team through contribution and communication

  • Model project management, teaming skills, and communication skills

Qualifications

Required Qualifications:

  • Microsoft Office Suite, emphasis on strong PowerPoint skills and MS Teams

  • Video-conferencing platforms, such as Zoom

  • Curiosity and drive to learn and leverage new technologies and tools

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United Stated without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future

  • Ability to travel up to 10% (While 10% of travel is a requirement of the role, due to COVID-19, non-essential travel has been deferred until further notice)

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree

  • Experience working with executive leaders

  • Knowledge of adult learning fundamentals and conference curriculum design

  • Strong executive presence, as well as strong writing and oral presentation skills

  • Thrives in fast-paced, detail oriented and fluid environment

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.

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