Duration: 1 hour
The pace of change today requires organizations to work differently than they have in the past. Both large and mid-sized companies must deal with massive disruption and perpetual change, requiring enterprise-wide development and alignment. Scaling leadership development efficiently and well enables organizations to shift their cultures, build common understandings, and quickly execute their strategies to achieve goals.
But traditional leadership development approaches have struggled to support this kind of agile workplace. For example, how can you reap the enormous benefits of introducing leadership principles to frontline employees, particularly when they’re geographically dispersed?
While delivering effective leadership training at scale is a challenge, it can be done. In this webinar, we will share how to scale leadership development at larger organizations, using lessons from the field. We’ll cover:
- The 3 critical steps to successfully scaling leadership development;
- Best practices for planning, designing, and leveraging talent inside and outside the organization;
- Case studies exploring how large and mid-sized companies are successfully driving leadership at scale; and
- Answers to the most common questions we get around implementation.
Who should attend: HR, Talent Management, and L&D professionals.
Vice President & Managing Director, Global Licensing and Leadership Products
Jeff is the Vice President & Managing Director, Global Licensing and Leadership Products at CCL and has been with the Center since 1996. CCL’s Global Learning Products team makes CCL’s research, experience and expertise accessible at scale through licensing, digital learning, workshops, assessments, toolsets, and publications to create sustainable results for our clients and expand CCL’s mission to advance the understanding, practice and development of leadership for the benefit of society worldwide.
Director and Business Development Lead, Organizational Leadership Practice
Mike brings a diverse set of business and educational experience to CCL. After starting his career in higher education on the faculty at the Bryan School of Business, Mike went on to become a business leader in private industry. He was cofounder of an entrepreneurial start-up and led functions in a Fortune 100 company that included marketing, strategic alliances, new business development, legislative/regulatory affairs and strategic planning. Mike was also one of the principal architects of a leadership initiative that was the catalyst for a profound cultural transformation in his company that ultimately improved enterprise-wide collaboration, innovation, engagement, and business performance.