Companies can only innovate if their leaders are creative, so the question is, how can organizations foster creativity among their leaders? A good place to start is with research suggesting that without self-awareness, people are incapable of creativity.
VR creates a space where leaders can practice common leadership skills, including giving performance evaluations, delivering bad news and dealing with difficult employees, among many others, privately and without risk.
We may not know exactly which technical skills organizations will need in five years’ time, but soft skills will always be in demand. Here are three of the soft skills leaders can work on today to ensure they are equipped for the future.
Could stepping into a virtual world be the secret to becoming a better leader in the real one? Global leadership consulting firm DDI is pioneering groundbreaking new virtual reality (VR) training experiences that help leaders develop their soft skills.
The Center for Leadership Studies (CLS), the global home of Situational Leadership®, announced several new components and enhancements to their curriculum and also unveiled MyCLS, a new proprietary learning system.
Deciding where the responsibility of leadership development lies is one of the more significant challenges, as it is often segmented between business leads and line managers. Learning leaders and line managers should work together.
AllenComm, a leader in custom corporate learning and development solutions, introduces new technologies for onboarding, brand, compliance, sales enablement, and leadership training.
Skillsoft, a global leader in corporate learning, is now an official member in the SAP® PartnerEdge® program, which provides enablement tools, benefits and support.
With the explosion of learning technologies, organizations need to create opportunities to reach new generations of leaders with a diverse range of digital needs.