As you strive to drive performance throughout your organization, leadership training is a worthy investment. But simply recognizing skill gaps and seeking new learning opportunities may not be the most effective approach to building expertise
Does your current training approach change behavior but fall short of goals? Does your organization address symptoms but fail to diagnose the root cause? If you’re not achieving the results you anticipated, it may be necessary to re-examine not only your mastery of core leadership competencies, but also the order in which you learn them.
Research shows that many of the core competencies mastered by successful leaders exist in a hierarchal build. For example, you need to comprehend “active listening” before you can effectively manage team conflict or facilitate workshops.
In this insightful webinar, Nancy Nee shares ESI’s proven approach to creating effective leadership training, including methods to help your organization:
- Identify priority levels of leadership competencies
- Examine the dependencies and hierarchal builds of specific leadership skills
- Discuss ways to make leadership training more valuable
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*The Project Management Institute requires that a PMP® earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years in order to maintain certification. More Information on PMP® Certification.
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