Nurturing High-Potential to Become Leaders and Future-Proof Your Organization

While thinking of employees with the highest potential, leaders likely go straight to top performers

In this era of digital disruption, business requires leadership that can deliver excellence. Organizations that do not have a defined leadership development program restrict their employees from expanding a skill set that can help them to live up to their potential. Leadership training is an essential component of succession planning at every company.

Two of the most consistent traits in good leaders are their willingness to learn from others and their ability to engage in self-awareness activities to better understand themselves. To better understand the nuances of having a leadership program, we got a chance to hear from Kathy Sherwood, who is Vice President of Leadership and Organizational Development at Infopro Learning. Her expertise lies in creating a custom blend of workshops, coaching, simulations and eLearning tools to provide leaders and managers with a competitive advantage. Below are excerpts from the conversation: 

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