Effective leadership development is critical, especially now. We surveyed more than 500 L&D professionals about their leadership efforts for developing the next generation of leaders. Read the results of this research study conducted by Training magazine and Wilson Learning Worldwide.
We've all heard about organizations with great strategies that somehow fail to execute in the marketplace. We also know of organizations that have long-term, highly satisfied customers who, for some mysterious reason, stop buying. 詳しくはこちらへ
The dilemma for many leaders is that employees have been through—and continue to go through—so much change and upheaval that they are questioning whether they have the energy to engage in helping to drive the organization forward. To be successful, it’s imperative that leaders create a culture of new energy and excitement—engagement—within the organization. 詳しくはこちらへ
Executive leadership has two roles: evolving the future and honoring the past. The new interview with Tom Roth, COO at Wilson Learning Worldwide, provides insights for today’s executive leader as they balance promoting change that moves the organization forward while protecting and holding on to the enduring tenets of the organization, such as the mission, values, and culture.
Things are looking up. Businesses are starting to grow again, and new opportunities are cropping up slowly but surely. Many companies are adding staff carefully, building the resources necessary to manage this new activity. New business calls for organizations to change their approach and their attitudes around engagement. 詳しくはこちらへ
How do leaders drive organizational growth and performance? The biggest challenge for many leaders, especially mid-level leaders, is to shift their mindset from “getting the work done through people” to “getting the work done with people in a way that builds their ability to do it themselves.” This requires an empowered and engaged workforce. Discover what L&D can do to help leaders shift their mindset to better drive organizational growth.
What are the competencies required for effective first-level, mid-level, and executive level leaders? Wilson Learning takes the approach of assessing and developing leaders with the intent of tapping both leadership skills and leadership character. Learn more about the specific competencies required for developing effective leaders at all levels of your organization.
What is the most powerful interpersonal skill leaders should have? The answer is Social Styles Versatility. Employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers! Equip your leaders and teams with Versatility skills—address complex challenges, reduce conflict, and build more collaborative relationships throughout the organization.
In a market fraught with uncertainty, many companies have focused on cutting expenses and increasing productivity and efficiency as a way to stem market share losses and reverse downward sales trends. This often means downsizing and reorganizing to reduce labor costs, eliminate redundancy, and better target scarce resources. In the process, offices have been closed, divisions and departments merged, employees dispersed, and leaders challenged to manage wider spans of control . . . 詳しくはこちらへ
“By 2020 customer experience will overtake prices and product as the key brand differentiator” according to the Customers 2020 report. Developing a branded customer experience that enhances the perceived value of doing business with your company is critical to customer loyalty. Check out the infographic and see that “The Numbers Don’t Lie.” 詳しくはこちらへ