The age of analytics is upon us. Predictive analytics can help your organization use its people data to prioritize investments in human capital and get the best possible business results and ROI.
The Center for Creative Leadership is proud to announce the signing of a new partnership agreement with TeamEQ, the Team Intelligence Platform, for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
CCL conducted an organizational network analysis to measure and map the informal structure and relationships that support, or inhibit, change.
Every organization that invests in leadership development must evaluate how the benefits stack up to the time and money invested.
Learn how CCL partnered with the South Carolina Department of Education to create a leadership development program for future school administrators desiring to create a student-centered environment and improve outcomes in schools across the state.
How effective are your investments in leadership development? You’ll be more successful at measuring the impact of your efforts if you build evaluation in from the beginning.
Having a network perspective will enable you to be a more effective leader. And strong networks and leadership can strengthen your entire organization, too. Discover how to build a network perspective.
The importance of conducting training program evaluation for stakeholders, funders, and participants makes it an integral part of the development process. Learn 4 key benefits of training evaluation.
The leadership gap persists, but these findings will help your organization take action to strengthen today’s leaders and adapt effectively to tomorrow’s business challenges.
Engagement in these 4 areas affects employee performance — here are tips for leaders and organizations who want to use data to increase employee engagement.
When you use data and predictive analytics to set leadership development priorities, you make smarter, better-informed decisions about developing your people and your culture.
You know you want to develop talent at your organization, but you’re not sure where to start. Learn how to develop leaders in a simple 4-step process.