Can you imagine a choreographer training only one dancer to lead while his or her partner sits in the lobby staring at the wall? Unthinkable? Yet this happens all the time within organizations. Half the partnership is missing! Unthinkable? Yet this happens all the time within organizations. Join experts Dr. Marc Hurwitz and Samantha Hurwitz for this one-hour webcast that offers a host of new ideas and practical advice. Leadership is Half the Story: A Fresh Look at Followership, Leadership and Collaboration, will change how you think about leadership development.
Your organization's ability to manage accountability is key to its success. Many leaders would say they want to create a culture of accountability, but what does this look like when it's put into practice? Join expert Rick Lepsinger in this one-hour webinar as he tells you how to recognize and measure accountability, how to create a culture of accountability, and how to use two effective tools to manage accountability in others
The baby boomer generation is retiring at an alarming rate, and by 2030 the millennials will make up approximately 75% of the workplace. And millennials have a radically different view on what they expect from their employment experience. Emily Williams is a millennial on a mission. This one-hour webinar will give you a deeper understanding of what drives the newest employees on the block, tips for effective performance management of a millennial direct report, insights for intergenerational communication.
With training budgets slashed and organizations struggling to do more with less, many employees as well as those responsible for their development are challenged to find ways to address employee development needs. Join expert Halelly Azulay for a powerful hour on employee development, as she explores creative non-training ways to develop employees on a tight budget, analyze three specific examples of non-training methods, and begin to develop a strategy for implementing new employee development methods for your organization.
When it comes to bridging the engagement gap, are your managers part of the problem or part of the solution? There's a wealth of research showing that managers not only play a large role in whether or not employees are engaged, they often don't seem to know what will actually engage them. Join expert Ann Hermann-Nehdi when they present, Developing "Thinking Managers” to Bridge the Engagement Gap, an exploration using brain-based system to develop leaders, align engaged, apply practical tools to diagnose current approaches, and create an action plan to bridge engagement.