Leadership development coaches and trainers are failing the people they are hired to serve. Will we continue to point the finger and play the blame game, or will we look ourselves in the mirror and realize our training methods are the real problem?
We know there’s a gender gap in leadership and that the gap impacts everything from employee engagement to a company’s financial results. Recent research indicates that there is also a gender gap in workplace safety – which has more immediate...
L&D professionals are in a great position to improve representation and support technical women’s development through strategic training and leadership development programs.
While there are plenty of millennials moving into and upward in organizations, research shows that they’re not developing leadership skills at the rate needed to replace retiring leaders.
Billions of dollars are wasted on training with no evidence of transfer to workplace behavior. Training has so much potential, but does not produce the expected results. Too often training has been using inappropriate methodology, following fads, ignoring
The 2016 Women in the Workplace study was released by LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Company today. Why is it important to L&D that there is still a leadership gender gap?