Training Industry’s research-based Leadership Development Model forms the foundation of its Leading Leadership Development certification program. The model identifies the top factors impacting leadership training outcomes.
Soft skills are non-technical skills and behavioral competencies that enable someone to effectively interact and form relationships with others. Soft skills are critical to both employees and organizations and impact company culture and behaviors.
A professional development plan (PDP) is a document outlining an employee’s path to career advancement. Essentially, it’s a working tool for career growth that employees and managers can adjust and build upon over time.
Mentoring is a formal or informal relationship between an experienced employee (the mentor) and a less experienced, or new, employee (the mentee).
The leadership training market has been one of the fastest-growing and evolving segments in the learning and development (L&D) industry over the past decade.
Coaching is a development technique that involves a coach or consultant who works with an employee to help him or her develop skills and achieve professional or performance goals.
Leadership training programs often target learners based on their leadership level. This focus enables customization, so leaders learn what they need to know in order to be successful at their current level and/or to advance to the next level.