You believe it’s your job to change the world.
But sometimes you feel like a salmon swimming upstream - like a lone hiker heaving a mighty boulder up a long and winding stretch of road.
The intrapreneurial journey can be a challenging one,
but you don’t have to do it alone.
An entrepreneur on the inside. An employee who harnesses the assets of their organization to solve real world problems that need solving.*
Sounds like you? Join the movement,
and change the world.
WHAT IS INTRAPRENEURSHIP?
And what makes intrapreneurship so important in the current economic climate? Find out why and how intrapreneurs are positioning themselves to create a more sustainable future for all.
HOW TO INTRAPRENEUR?
What does it take to be an intrapreneur and how do you become one? Hear from our seasoned intrapreneurs and discover what it takes to create change from within.
Mindfully co-created by intrapreneurs from across sectors, we’re here to empower you, regardless of your seniority or expertise to become an intrapreneur, stay the course and strengthen your capacity to create change from inside your organization.
MENTORSHIP & COACHING
Connect and learn from our seasoned intrapreneurs - those who have walked a mile in your shoes and who understand the rocky terrain that the intrapreneurial path often entails.
CLAIM YOUR IDENTITY AS AN INTRAPRERNEUR
By signing this Pledge you will claim your identity as an intrapreneur and join the global intrapreneurship movement.
In return, we will keep you in a loop with our quarterly newsletter and all the nerdy things you want to know as an intrapreneur in action.
JOIN OUR GLOBAL INTRAPRENEUR COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP
Our annual membership plan is open to everyone who identifies as an intrapreneur.
By joining our Global Community you are making a commitment to developing your intrapreneurship skills, opening yourself to new possibilities and showing up for yourself and others in the community.
SET ON YOUR INTRAPRENEURSHIP JOURNEY
In this Learning Pathway, you will set the foundations for your journey as an intrapreneur.
We will introduce you to the tools and methodologies necessary to lead change from within your organization regardless of your position. This course offers fundamental knowledge for aspiring intrapreneurs as well as moments for reflection to help you digest and integrate the material.
NOMINATE A LEAGUE FELLOW
At the heart of the League of Intrapreneurs Fellowship is the opportunity for intrapreneurs to enhance their leadership capacity by connecting and learning with a group of like-minded disruptors from across the world, sharing challenges and opportunities to create systemic impact.
Our Fellowship starts with an immersive in person Convening with a cohort of ~25 intrapreneurs, designed to dive deep into pressing questions about their intrapreneurship journey and innovation projects.
The League of Intrapreneurs Fellowship is a premium nomination only program for change makers working in Equity 9-11 May 2024 or Climate 2-4 October 2024
JOIN THE INTRAPRENEUR LEADERSHIP LAB
How can we unlock more intrapreneurial leadership to help organizations deliver game-changing impact with purpose?
While many companies have launched innovation accelerators, employee engagement programs and DEI & sustainability leadership training - there is still a gap between ambition and impact.
The Intrapreneur Leadership Lab is an exclusive, invitation-only peer learning program 5-7 June 2024.
Together, we will be exploring how to effectively unlock the innovation and impact potential of employees across the entire organization.
Intrapreneur’s Guide to Pathfinding
Building on our Toolkit, we wrote this book to help fuel a movement to change our broken systems through intrapreneurship. Learn the practice of managing by your wits, finding comfort in discomfort, and moving ahead all while creating change from within our most incumbent institutions.
Originally published in 2013, the League of Intrapreneur's Toolkit is a roadmap for intrapreneurs. Sharing learnings and experience from real intrapreneurs from all across the world and sectors
THE INTRAPRENEUR'S COMPASS
The intention of this tool is to help you reflect on the key dimensions and questions that are fundamental for your intrapreneurial quest. It's designed to be used as a practical companion for both solo intrapreneurs as well as for teams. The compass was created alognside our book, Intrapreneur's guide to Pathfinding and can be used in conjunction with this or independently.
LEAGUE IN A BOX
Our guide on how to grow and support communities of intrapreneurs and change agents.
THE SOCIAL INTRAPRENEUR
Published in partnership with the Skoll Foundation, Allianz and IDEO, this report presents a field guide to the world of social intrapreneurship - it's challenges and opportunities - and draws on in-depth research undertaken by SustainAbility in twenty leading global corporations.
THE INTRAPRENEUR'S ECOSYSTEM REPORT
This business guide provides a framework for understanding the intrapreneurship Ecosystem - the complex set of processes, practices, resources, and relationships which collectively serve to facilitate or inhibit intrapreneurship and social innovation.
It is a key output of the Intrapreneur Systems Challenge which was jointly hosted by The League of Intrapreneurs, Business Fights Poverty, with support from DFID, CEMEX, and the BMW Foundation.
MEET OUR COMMUNITY
Our Intrapreneur Fellows help lead our world’s incumbent institutions to become more just, equitable and environmentally sustainable. Feel inspired by what they’re up to…
Danone & Lemon Tri Partnership
In this guest blog, Karen Deignan of Net-Works interviews Frédérique Rathle (featured left) to find out how Danone Water France worked with start-up Lemon Tri to create Lemonaide, which employs previously long-term unemployed to increase low recovery rates of PET bottles.
Financing for Social Impact
Good Money is a community-focused initiative providing safe and affordable financial services for people on low incomes across three states in Australia: Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland. It is a partnership between National Australia Bank (NAB), Good Shepherd Microfinance, and the Victorian, South Australian and Queensland governments. Started in 2012, Good Money now has seven high street stores and employs 21 people.