Grow and Develop Your Organization
We are focused on improving the positive performance of individuals and groups in organizational settings to create lasting effects on an organization's operations and bottom-line.
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A Sampling of Leadership & Employee Development Topics Include :
- Leading People & Change
- Flexibility & Resiliency
- Change Management
- Proactive vs. Reactive Leadership
- Resonant & Innovative Leaders
- Intro & Advanced Supervisor Course
- Fostering a Positive Work Environment
- Addressing Hostile Work Environments
- Crucial Conversations
- Setting Expectations
- Strategic Thinking
- Leveraging Diversity
- Developing Others
- Conflict Management
- Collaborative Leadership
- Emotional Intelligence
- Effective Team Communications
- Providing Constructive Feedback
- Leading Across Boundaries
- Qualities of a Great Leader
- Managing Performance
- Coaching for Performance
- Conducting Interviews
- Influencing Others
- Leading Outward
Growing Talent Strategically
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Why Develop Leadership?
In order to grow and develop your organization, you must develop leaders and employees who can adapt and respond to tomorrow's challenges today. One means of doing that is by providing leaders and employees with opportunities for development.
A joint Bersin-Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) study reported that 86% of companies with strategic leadership development programs were able to respond to changing business environments rapidly compared with 52% of companies with less mature programs (Martineau, Hoole & Patterson, 2009).
Organizations and businesses need to grow and innovate continuously, pursue sustained development, and cope with rapid changes in their external environments as well as increasingly competitive markets. Hence, organizations need to strengthen or expand the knowledge base, skills, and abilities of their employees. For this purpose, employee development must be incorporated into a systematic and formal system if the goals of employees and business are to be attained (Liu, 2002; McGehee & Thayer, 1961). When talent is fostered and nurtured, competitive advantages in performance are untainted (Becker & Gerhard, 1996; Bowling, 2007; Davenport, 2006; Peters & Waterman, 1982).
We work with clients to link their leadership and employee development efforts to the organization's mission and strategy, noting how these links can clarify leadership and employee performance objectives, competencies, and gaps. To learn more about growing talent strategically, read this SHRM-SIOP White Paper: Leadership Development: