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Using Predictive Analytics for Leadership Development

Using Predictive Analytics for Leadership Development

The Predictive Power of Data for Leadership Development

When considering an investment in leadership development, how do you determine where to focus first for the greatest impact? Predictive analytics can be used for leadership development to guide your decisions, set priorities, and determine where to invest your time and resources.

Data about your people and your business can help you get a clear and actionable picture of which leader behaviors and practices, culture, and employee experience and engagement aspects are most closely linked to your organization’s success.

Predictive analytics can be used for leadership development by helping you make smarter, better-informed decisions about investing in your people and your culture.

Infographic: 5 Steps to Use Predictive Analytics in Leadership Development

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September 17, 2018
About the Author(s)
Stephen Young
Steve is the Manager of Leadership Analytics at CCL, where he leads CCL’s experimentation with new analytic approaches and methodologies using internal and external data. He holds a BA in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Connecticut and both an MS and a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology.
Heather Champion
Heather is the Manager of Client Evaluation Services and a Senior Evaluation Faculty member at CCL and serves as a subject matter expert for CCL’s Leader Analytics services. She holds a BA in Psychology from North Carolina State University, both an MS and a PhD in Developmental Psychology from North Carolina State University, and a post-doctoral fellowship in adolescent health at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Sarah Stawiski
Sarah is the Insights and Impact Group Director at CCL, where she helps clients use data to improve their programs and show evidence of impact in order to achieve greater results. She holds a BA in Psychology from the University of California in San Diego and an MA and PhD in Applied Social Psychology from Loyola University Chicago.
Mike Smith
Mike is a Director and Strategic Business Partner at CCL, where he leads teams to develop leadership solutions for clients that advance business strategies and drive organizational performance. He holds an MA in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, as well as executive certificates from the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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