“An Organization’s ability to learn, and translate learning into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage.” ~ Jack Welch, Former CEO of GE
We have seen it time and time again. Companies that not only continually train and educate their employees but have the ability to quickly implement, thrive in our constantly changing economy.
And there are few things more valuable than leadership training.
People often think you are either a leader or not. You are born with it. Even when people exhibit this leadership potential, they still need the skills and experience necessary to be a good leader.
Leadership programs vary from company to company. But training needs to include: communication skills, setting and sharing a vision, problem solving, motivating others, adapting to change, developing good self-awareness and being able to have critical conversations.
By continuing to train current leaders and training the next generation of leaders, companies put themselves in a position to quickly adapt to the changing business world.