Leadership development is consistently considered one of the most critical areas of learning and development for organizations, yet Brandon Hall Group’s latest research finds that fewer than half of companies believe their leadership development programs are effective. As the coronavirus pandemic has rocked businesses worldwide, organizations are realizing they must do better developing leaders.
What does it take to lead through these volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous and uncertain times? How are organizations pivoting to address leadership development remotely? What about what’s next? Companies need to figure out how they are going to develop the leaders they need now and the leaders they will need in the future.
David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst for Brandon Hall Group, and Anna Kuehl, Senior Vice President of Client Solutions at MPS Interactive, as they explore the prospect of leadership development in a remote work environment.
Discussion topics include:
- The current state of leadership development
- The impact of coronavirus
- Next-gen leadership skills
- Real-world examples