Cohort-based executive development programs that integrate four specific learning components — group learning, executive and peer coaching, experiential/action learning activities and a strong emphasis on personal development and self-awareness — offer a powerful way to rapidly develop leaders.
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Use predictive analytics to determine which people investments and strategies will deliver the best business outcomes.
Reverse mentoring is an opportunity for organizations to acknowledge that skills gaps exist among all generations and can motivate both younger and more experienced employees to push outside their comfort zones.
Lack of skills isn’t what holds people back. It’s what they don’t know about themselves.
Tuition reimbursement for higher education is a waste of money if employees can’t use their new skills. The MBA is not just about getting the credential. You have to map a path forward together.
Too often women believe that to prove themselves, they have to do it all. As women begin to recognize that trying to do it all themselves has limited them and held them back, they become more willing to reach out to others, resulting in benefits to them and their organizations.
Values determine the ways in which we connect. Values that reflect respect and dignity are those that emerge from grace. Grace, then, becomes our how, just as purpose is our why.
There can be real benefits from men mentoring women or women mentoring men, says Jim Irvine of Nissan Motor Corp. But it’s important to establish expectations and goals.
The funding will go toward creating additional space on the clinic’s Health Education Campus specifically dedicated to leadership development.
Executive education is expecting change thanks to the ever-present spector of digital disruption.
It is rare for executive education programs to start with the business need. But they could, and, with some programs, should.
Intellectual humility is a key skill for the leaders and workers of tomorrow, says author, journalist and “human explorer” Shane Snow. And that skill comprises four abilities.
Changing business strategy and digital transformation related to AI, analytics, blockchain and other technologies have been cited as the most influential issues facing executives today. And these pressures are changing the kinds of content that executives — and the learning organizations that are paying for their education — are seeking.
The workplace is evolving and leadership development must adapt.
Stop trying to figure out what kind of leader you should be, and focus on what kind of leader your people need.
Better learners are better leaders, and practicing learning-focused leadership can make better teams.