For some time now, what has defined an effective leader has been very much about what they do. Do they communicate effectively? Can they give feedback to direct reports? Can they foster collaboration across business units? Can they think strategically?
While these important capabilities will likely never go away, there are other capabilities and attributes of effective leadership emerging today that are changing the definition of leadership. These new realities have come about in recent years as shifts in demographics and other forces have placed new demands on the role of the leader.
In a nutshell, when it comes to leadership, doing things the same old way doesn't work anymore.
And we have the research to prove it! Join us for this exciting look at:
- A series of 9 new impactful and highly flexible courses that address today's new realities and tomorrow's opportunities
- Key findings from a recent Global Knowledge research study involving the participation of 420 Canadian business and HR leaders
- How the implications of the research led to innovative solutions now available to help you build new leadership capabilities within your organization