We are excited to announce a new webinar!
Event Date: 08/16/2017 (2:00 pm EDT- 3:00 pm EDT)
The management shortage is real. In recent years, many companies made efforts to scale back operational costs leaving fewer resources for training and development and limited time to do it as everyone is expected to do more with less. Yet scaling back leadership development equates to cutting your R&D budget to save money—or, as Henry Ford famously said, like a man who stops his watch to save time.
Companies that lack concrete plans for identifying and developing future leaders are more likely to struggle with critical long-term issues like strategy implementation and change management. Although the majority of organizations list leadership development among their top priorities, the numbers tell a different story. OnPoint’s own research finds that of more than 900 leaders:
- 46% do not have a program in place to fill key management positions
- 35% had no training programs specifically for leaders
Participants will learn
This webinar addresses the six most common challenges companies face when developing leaders and what learning and development managers can do to maximize the impact of training. Join Rick Lepsinger, President of OnPoint Consulting and learn how to effectively overcome to the following challenges:
- Limited resources
- Lack of time
- Engaging employees in training
- Proving the value of training and development
- Employees are spread around the country and around the globe
- Lack of budget
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Rick Lepsinger is President of OnPoint Consulting. His career has focused on helping organizations and leaders identify and develop leaders, work better virtually, enhance cross functional team performance, and get from strategy to execution faster. He conducts numerous seminars and workshops on succession management, leading from a distance, leading cross functional teams, and enhancing execution. Rick has written numerous articles and is the author or co-author of several books. Click here for more information.