How to Move Mountains and Become a Conduit for Leadership

It’s a common challenge for forward-thinking organizations: How do you keep the best candidates for leadership roles in the company? On one hand, fast-tracking individuals could leave them feeling stressed and unprepared, but at the same time, moving too slowly could frustrate potential leaders, causing them to look for opportunities elsewhere.

Change management; leadership training: In our view, it’s one and the same. So how do you become a conduit for leadership? By making leadership more of a strategy and less of a one-time thing, you can easily spot the potential leaders and give them the responsibility they crave. Here’s how.

The Leadership Pipeline

In order to be a conduit for leadership opportunities, your organization needs to be dedicated to giving the right candidates time to shine. That means finding great leaders from within your company, rather than looking to onboard new leaders to fix your change management issues.

Read the full story by

Tags:

Subscribe tο get quality news from the industry's Top e-Learning Blogs, delivered by email Spam Free.
RELATED READS
Developing Scenarios with RED Programs: Troubleshooting for Computer Lab Staff by Seung Youn (Yonnie) Chyung, Valerie Gardin, Aly Summers and Kate Aument Mastering the Art of Storyboarding for eLearning

From our Network

Lessons Learned From Building An Open Online Course

Top 8 eLearning Activities Online Learners Love

6 Strategies You Can Use To Design Effective eLearning For Your Millennial Workforce

4 Ways The 85 Percent Rule Can Benefit Corporate Training

13 Critical Points To Consider In eLearning Course Design