This week, we take a look at trends affecting leadership training and development, including financial, demographic, and technological drivers.
Was It Worth It? Measuring the Impact and ROI of Leadership Training
Leaders and managers often believe they can’t afford to take a day or two away from their everyday roles and responsibilities to participate in training. Paul Leone, author and thought leader, turns that assumption on its head—laying out a case study that argues leaders can’t afford not to dedicate time to learning and development.
An Unvirtuous Cycle: Addressing the Attrition of Female Leaders With Training and Coaching
Despite occupying almost 50% of entry-level positions, women still hold only 24% of senior roles worldwide. Today, we are coming to understand that although many organizations lean heavily or solely on hiring to achieve gender parity, investing in learning initiatives focused on supporting women leaders may be the best tool we have at our disposal to truly move the needle and empower more women to realize their leadership potential.
What Happens When Leaders Stop Developing?
In order for learning to become an integral part of your company’s culture, those in positions of leadership need to model and embody it. Find out what leaders can do to make sure they’re setting the standard and making development a top priority.
Digital Degrees and Flexibility: The workplace is evolving and leadership development must adapt.
Employees today are expected to be lifelong learners, and leaders are no exception. But they can’t do it alone. They need anytime, anywhere access to fresh, relevant information that will keep them engaged and enable them to develop their competencies, skills, and strengths.