Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

Survey Conducted by Wilson Learning Worldwide for Training Magazine

Executive involvement is the key to developing the next generation of leaders, according to a survey conducted by Training magazine in cooperation with Wilson Learning Worldwide.

Effective leadership development is critical, especially now. Why now? This year, the youngest of the Baby Boomer leaders turn 60, and the drive to find a way to replace retiring leaders is well under way. But many believe we are not effectively preparing this next generation of leaders—leaders who will be leading in a more complex, more global, and more collaborative work environment.

We posed key questions regarding current and next-generation leadership development in this industry survey of more than 500 Learning and Development professionals, conducted by Training magazine in cooperation with Wilson Learning Worldwide.

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About the Authors
Michael Leimbach

Michael Leimbach

Michael Leimbach, Ph.D., is Vice President of Global Research and Development for Wilson Learning Worldwide. Dr. Leimbach provides leadership for researching and designing Wilson Learning’s diagnostic, learning, and performance improvement capabilities. He has managed major research studies in sales, leadership, and organizational effectiveness, and developed Wilson Learning’s learning transfer, impact evaluation, and return on investment models. Dr. Leimbach has consulted for a wide variety of global client organizations, serves on the ISO Technical committee for development of ISO Technical Committee on Quality Standards for Learning Service Providers, and is Editor-in-Chief for Advances in Developing Human Resources. Dr. Leimbach has authored six books, published over 100 professional articles, and is a frequent speaker at national and global conferences.

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Bob Lovler & Jason Myers

Jason Myers & Bob Lovler

Bob Lovler, Ph.D., senior vice president of Global Human Resources for Wilson Learning Corporation, and Jason Myers, director of Global Assessment for Wilson Learning Worldwide, also contributed to this study.

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