Reinforcement matters, and it matters most to learners who truly aspire to develop Leadership training should be reserved for those who truly aspire to be leaders.
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It simply stands to reason that a well-designed learning event has the highest probability of yielding desirable behavior change.
It is troubling that those who get promoted into their first formalized leadership position do not get the time and resources needed to be successful.
The data is in and, after careful analysis, there are eight major categories of characteristics and skills that people find most desirable in a leader. How do you measure up?
No one wants to work in a toxic culture or with dysfunctional co-workers. But ask them why it happens, and very few can name the root cause that makes people stir up trouble.
To get the best out of teams, the modern leader must nurture psychological safety. Yet, the contemporary organizational environment of constant change seems to actively work against it.