Upcoming Live Webinars
- Virtual Teamwork: How to Make It Work for Your Organization
Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. ETThis webinar will share research-based findings from CCL’s extended work with 140 virtual teams and the strategies and tools you can use to build effective virtual teams.
- 6 Strategies for Digital Learning Success
Monday, January 14, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ETThis webinar will focus on how technology is changing the game in learning & development in organizations.
- Harness the Potential of Your Strategic Leaders
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ETThis webinar will share the latest research that combines leadership, strategy, and network analysis to predict performance. We highlight network strengths and weaknesses that affect strategic alignment and success.
- Great Leaders are Great Learners: Identifying and Developing Learning Agility in Your Leaders
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ETBusiness 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.
On Demand WebinarsSee our full Webinar Archive, Listed A-Z
Become the boss that everyone wants to work for with practical, actionable tips and advice for first-time managers and new frontline leaders. (More)
Trust – it’s an essential part of effective leadership and it’s no exaggeration to say that trust in a leader can shape an organization’s morale, retention of employees, ability to innovate and more. (More)
If a team isn’t getting results, it is common to ask: Is there a leadership problem here? While the person in charge may have issues, a leadership problem doesn’t necessarily mean you have a “leader” problem. (More)
Trying to develop new or front-line managers? Looking for suggestions and best practices in preparing and mentoring these key leaders to strengthen your leadership bench and build your leadership pipeline? Perhaps you are looking for a mentor yourself and want to get the most from a mentoring relationship? (More)
Resilience Isn’t Futile: How Brain-science Can Help Us Thrive in Increasingly Complex Work Environments
Today, it is no longer enough for leaders to be experts in their fields and authorities in their organizations. Today’s leaders need to be able to manage chaos and uncertainty. (More)
Influence is an essential component of leadership, especially in a nonprofit environment. Since relationships are vital for a nonprofit’s success, a leader needs to be able to influence employees, volunteers, and stakeholders in order to meet the challenges ahead. (More)