Evans Incorporated (Evans), an award-winning management consulting firm, today announced the acquisition of Global Coaches Network (GCN), a pioneer in the field of global leadership coaching.
With a greater awareness of what’s holding women back, talent professionals can create more learning and development opportunities for themselves and for other women in their organization.
Let’s face it: The word “training” is a trap. Are we really in the “training” business? Why training? Do we want people to slavishly follow directions, or do we want them to be idea generators and problem solvers?
There is a simple and often overlooked solution to early turnover and the high costs incurred in replacing lost employees: introducing leadership training during the onboarding process.
By understanding how your mind works, you can lead yourself effectively. By leading yourself effectively, you can lead others more effectively. And by leading others more effectively, you can lead your organization more effectively.
Only 7% of Fortune 500 executives believe they can retain their high-potential employees (HiPos). CEOs are worried about whether they will have the right leaders to tackle future challenges, and they’re looking at HR and talent development for answers.
Join us for the second of this two-part, complimentary Training Industry webinar series for more insights on the four competencies of the Situational Leadership® Model.
Join us for this two-part, complimentary Training Industry webinar series to learn how leaders can be more effective in their attempts to influence by integrating the four competencies of the Situational Leadership® Model.
Involving leaders in training initiatives has many advantages — if you do it well. Here’s why you should consider involving your organization’s leaders in company training initiatives, how to do it successfully and the impact you can expect to see.
While skills are indeed critical for employee and manager development, skills alone will not suffice. The solution requires an intentional focus on two important factors in leadership development programming: emotional engagement and vertical development.