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The New Leader Profile

An analysis of more than 15,000 leader assessments illuminates and debunks assumptions about leaders.

How Top Companies Support Their Female Executives

In an increasingly competitive marketplace, fostering gender diversity is key to survival. Here’s how a dozen organizations are ensuring they have accomplished women at the top in decision making positions.

Beyond Lean In

Women may need to “lean in,” as Sheryl Sandberg famously advises in her book by that title, but companies also need to meet women halfway. Some experts and corporations are taking a proactive approach to spurring more women to the top.

Learning Under Fire

The military is known for its discipline and strategic thinking. Lessons from Gettysburg, Normandy, and other military battles can forge strong, effective leaders.

Learning from Experience

To move from organizational insanity to enterprise instancy, leaders must break existing orthodoxies by engaging the organization in experiences that reframe its limiting beliefs and change its restrictive behavior.

Focus on Bolivia

Training is in its infancy in Bolivia. Most training conducted is technical in nature, but there is a need for supervisory and leadership programs.

Does Expertise Leave When Experts Do?

It doesn’t have to if organizations foster a value of learning and sharing and create horizontal subject matter expert roles along with vertical job roles.

Front-Line Development Disconnect

Of the organizations that track it, most organizations (58%) indicate that fewer than half of front-line workers actually access available development opportunities, according to new research by the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) and the Aspen Institute’s UpSkill America.

Sticky Notes: Maintaining Clear Expectations

Since maintaining clear expectations is an ongoing process of leaders and followers and coworkers engaging in dialogue, it helps a lot to teach followers how to do their part in that ongoing dialogue.

Best Place to Work: Home

Leadership IQ surveyed 3,478 employees using an online test called “Is Your Personality Suited to Working Remotely or in the Office?” The results showed that only 24% of people who work in an office say they love their jobs. But 38% of mobile workers and 45% of telecommuting workers love their jobs.


Training Top 125

Applying for Training magazine’s 2020 Training Top 125 awards program can help you benchmark the excellence and effectiveness of your employee training and development.

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Emerging Training Leaders

Company Assets

People are an organization’s most valuable asset,” the saying goes.

Rising Stars

The 2016 Emerging Training Leaders are leading lights at their organizations, shining examples of how strategic-minded, results focused, and people-oriented Learning and Development (L&D) profe

Learning from the Future

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