Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

What do you do when you don’t know what to do? You adjust…particularly if you’re high-potential talent.

In our constantly evolving modern era, business leaders are increasingly confronted with new problems that appear suddenly and require urgent and effective action. Learning agility is a powerful skill that can help you navigate new situations by pulling from your own experience, even when the task at hand is something you haven’t tackled before.

An equally powerful tool is the ability to identify and cultivate leaders who already possess the aptitude to learn “on-the-fly,” and nurturing this skill by encouraging it throughout your organization. Let us help you identify your high potentials and develop learning agility on your team so you can prepare for the inevitable unexpected.

This interactive webinar will help you:

  • Recognize the specific business challenges that can be addressed by learning agile leaders.
  • Learn how to identify high potentials and differentiate between talent types based on their learning orientation.
  • Support the development of 4 skills essential to becoming a learning agile leader.
  • Understand how to maximize learning from on-the-job experiences.
  • Create organizational environments that engage and leverage learning-agile leaders.

You can also learn more by downloading our white paper, Great Leaders Are Great Learners: How to Develop Learning-Agile High Potentials.

About The Presenter

George Hallenbeck, PhD
Creativity and Innovation
Center for Creative Leadership

George is director of Commercialization at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®), where he leads an innovation platform called “All-Access Leadership,” focused on enhancing, re-imagining, and creating product offerings that empower and enable clients to deliver and experience CCL’s intellectual property in ways that match their needs and strategies. Hallenbeck earned a BA in Psychology from Colby College and an MS and PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University. He has authored or coauthored eight books including Learning Agility: Unlock the Lessons of Experience and Compass: Your Guide for Leadership Development and Coaching. He has written numerous white papers and journal articles, as well as pieces for publications such as BusinessWeek Online and Chief Learning Officer magazine. George regularly participates in other thought leadership efforts including speaking engagements, webcasts, and blogging.

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