Your ability as a professional is judged by the decisions you make. When making important business decisions, risk is a constant factor. Unfortunately, many businesses maintain a culture where failure is not tolerated, causing many employees to fear it.
Most leaders cite sustained value creation as the most critical business objective; execution readiness is the missing link, as it can predict execution success with greater certainty.
At West Point, and throughout the Army, a refined model of leader development emerged over several decades to prepare leaders for complex, uncertain and ambiguous missions.
Why offering continuous support for learning and reskilling is more critical today than ever before.
In an era of unpreceded change, volatility and uncertainty, we need to revisit several truths to more deeply impact how we design programs for executive development.
Every organization, regardless of whether it's impacted by Brexit, will undergo some major change at some point in its lifetime. Use the lessons from this British example to learn how L&D can enhance a business' responsiveness and agility.
The conventional wisdom that underlies current leadership models is insufficient for these unconventional times. Leaders and their teams need a new toolkit.
It’s challenging enough, in the best of times, for business leaders to build strategy, engage employees, encourage innovation and achieve results for stakeholders.