3 Strategies to Fuel Your Leadership Pipeline (Video)

Infopro Learning

Taking business to the next level relies strongly on talent. Built around common passages that all leaders go through, from individual contributor to running entire businesses, “The Leadership Pipeline” (now in its second edition) is Charan’s primer that introduced us to an important internal architecture for developing and nurturing leaders. Create future-focused leadership potential criteria. 3 Ways to Keep the Leadership Pipeline Full, by Lena J.

4 Leadership Myths Holding You Back


Natural intelligence, education and technical expertise is no longer enough to be a great leader in today’s business world. Compounding this issue is the sheer enormity of conflicting information out there from books, articles and other resources, many of which perpetuate leadership myths that could be leading you astray from your goals and objectives. Consequently, tuning out the perpetual noise and distractions advocating these leadership myths is more important than ever.


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Leadership Starts With Mom and Dad

CLO Magazine

Mike Prokopeak, VP, Editor in Chief of Chief Learning Officer magazine. According to some estimates, companies spend as much as $50 billion a year on leadership development in the hope of finding and developing their future leaders. While that commitment is certainly crucial, in many cases the most important investment in leadership starts way earlier with our first role models: mom and dad. Leadership is mission and purpose. Leadership is deeply personal.

Jansion CTO named one of Australia’s top tech leaders by CIO Magazine


NEWS Jansion CTO named one of Australia’s top tech leaders by CIO Magazine November 13, 2020 Janison Chief Technology Officer, George Gorman, has been recognised as one of the top 50 technology and digital leaders in Australia on this year’s 2020 CIO50 list. The COVID-19 pandemic has put enormous pressure on tech chiefs and their teams to deliver remote working solutions that provide business continuity during a crisis.

Leadership for Collective Intelligence

Learning Wire

By developing leadership that is focused on support, sharing, and motivation, future leaders will be able to establish new ideas within a stimulating and nurturing environment. To support companies looking to develop a different vision of leadership, Marshall Goldsmith suggests addressing what could be improved in the future rather than focusing on past events. Valuable advice for any company looking to push their leadership to the next level! Magazine and Global Gurus.

Learning Rebel Book Review: The Social Leadership Handbook by Julian Stodd

Learning Rebels

I didn’t need to think twice, the choice was easy – The Social Leadership Handbook, by Julian Stodd. It is my hope that you will take the time time to find this book, I know once you start reading it – you won’t be able to put it down…I wasn’t… Below is the interview in full but the original article can also be found on the Solopreneur Marketing Magazine mobile app. . The Social Leadership Handbook , Julian Stodd.

The two-pager on Coorpacademy in the latest special issue of Capital Magazine


” This is how the article from Benjamin Janssens starts in the latest special issue of Capital Magazine. After having tried at the beginning to target individuals, Coorpacademy revised its business model since then and only works in B2B for large accounts (Crédit agricole, Renault, Auchan, L’Oréal, Engie, Michelin…). ” Benjamin Janssens The post The two-pager on Coorpacademy in the latest special issue of Capital Magazine appeared first on Coorpacademy.

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Rework Your Leadership Language

Training Industry

Many have an easy communication style but fail to communicate in ways that energize the people who drive the business. Bill Taylor, author and co-founding editor of Fast Company magazine, writes in a Harvard Business Review article that “the only sustainable form of business leadership is thought leadership. And leaders that think differently about their business invariably talk about it differently as well.”

Grow multicultural leaders with coaching, not just business English

CLO Magazine

As workforces continue to grow more diverse, human resources and learning and development teams have embraced language training programs, such as Business English and ESL, for multicultural employees. Despite these efforts, however, companies often continue to experience excess attrition in their multicultural workforce as these employees seek better opportunities to enhance their skills, climb the career ladder and take on higher levels of leadership.

Cultivating mindful leadership

Clear Lessons

Many organisations have developed their own programmes with Google’s Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI) leading the way with Chade Meng Tan at the helm. As facilitators of mindful leadership courses we’ve even worked with the V&A to develop a bespoke mindfulness programme. Business leaders are increasingly recognising the value of mindfulness in the workplace. There are also some informal steps that you can employ right now: 10 mindful leadership hacks.

What Businesses Can Learn From Nonprofits

The Performance Improvement Blog

  This is the topic that Nancy Lublin, nonprofit leader and social marketing consultant to   corporations, addresses in an article she wrote for Fast Company Magazine that is adapted from her new book, Zilch: The Power of Zero in Business. She writes: Everyone loves to talk about how not-for-profits need to behave more like businesses. Business tends to rely on money to solve problems and achieve goals.

How Ensuring Business Compliance Can Be Your Startup’s Backbone?

Your Training Edge

Have you ever sat down and thought, “How I wish I had a business of my own”? There comes a time in almost everyone’s life where we think about the if’s and how’s of starting a small but our very own business. It is true that starting a business is no cakewalk, and it requires a lot of planning and organization. According to Forbes magazine, the youngest billionaire in the world is just a 22 year old , and the tenth richest comes at the age of 31.

How Values Factor Into Leadership and Learning

CLO Magazine

Those of us who have worked in the intercultural sphere have known for years that culturally bound values differ and this, in turn, translates into leadership behaviors.”. A current leader in the UK might also find it hard to add a competitive edge to their business’s values when the culture is inclined to the contrary. Plaister said good leadership “is about each employee feeling valued for their own unique perspectives regardless of where they come from.”.

Article Summary: Leadership and Employee Engagement: the Essential Guide


What I learned from reading Raconteur’s Business Guide on Employee Engagement. Engaged employees get better business results over the long term, and leadership can create a culture of engagement through sincere, two-way communication. Published in Raconteur Magazine on May 16, 2016, Leadership and Employee Engagement: the Essential Guide is one of a series of “Raconteur Guides for Business.”

RIP Training Magazine


Tuesday morning brought the sad, but not surprising, news that 41-year-old Training Magazine will cease publication with its March 2010 issue. From my view, the magazine had been in a downward spiral since its sale by Lakewood Publications to VNU Business Media and then again to Nielsen Business Media. I owe Training Magazine a great deal. Jack Gordon and Ron Zemke were still in the house then, and the magazine was about training.


Follow the Leader(ship) Spending

CLO Magazine

Developing the next generation of leaders is the top priority for a majority of organizations, according to a recent survey of more than 28,000 business leaders conducted by The Conference Board. According to a data from the Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board, 94 percent of learning organizations either plan to increase or keep their level of investment the same in leadership development (Figure 1).

Looking the Future in the Face

CLO Magazine

The face of leadership is starting to shift. As younger employees move into more powerful positions, it’s important to consider how their leadership styles compare with those who came before them. How can we best help them grow as business leaders? Adrian Ridner, CEO and co-founder of Study.com, a website providing online courses for college credit, said that different generational leadership styles are a result of specific values.

Listen: Booz Allen’s Lisa Doyle on leadership and learning

CLO Magazine

She’s been a public servant, consultant, a Fortune 100 executive, as well as recipient of the CLO of the Year award from Chief Learning Officer magazine. What is consistent is her approach to leadership – combining a passion to serve others with the courage to try new things and the humility to realize she doesn’t have all the answers. “In The post Listen: Booz Allen’s Lisa Doyle on leadership and learning appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

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MediaTec Publishing and Chief Learning Officer Magazine Ranked No. 1 in Leadership Development Programs

CLO Magazine

and Chief Learning Officer magazine (CLO) ranked No. 1 on Leadership Excellence magazine's annual list of the "Best in Leadership Development" for delivering exceptional p "It is especially gratifying to be recognized for providing leadership development that is relevant, resonates with industry practitioners and provides real value," said Norm Kamikow, MediaTec president and editor in chief. "We Chicago, Oct.

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Team Players: Collaborating in Business


It wasn’t the makeup of the team or the leadership. According to a 2015 Forbes magazine article , this approach didn’t work. In today’s business world the emphasis is on diversity, and one of the best ways to include diversity is through teams that include a variety of employees with different skill sets and abilities. The post Team Players: Collaborating in Business appeared first on KnowledgeCity. Business

16 Metrics of Healthy Customer Service-Oriented Businesses: Part One


Duly inspired, we have compiled our own list of metrics that define a healthy customer service-oriented business. Categorized by operational excellence and employee productivity, these first five indicators of a healthy QSR will arm managers, business owners, and their staff with a framework to run their business operations more efficiently. Chipotle, for example, has an employee turnover rate of 80%, writes QSR Magazine.

Are You Overlooking Leadership Talent?

CLO Magazine

Global leadership development should identify individuals whose influence and following make them leaders, regardless of their position on the organizational chart. Findings from the fourth annual “Global Leadership Development: Everybody’s Game” survey from AMA Enterprise also indicate that organizations need to consider broadening their approach to leadership development programs, in terms of who participates and in content.

How to Instantly Improve Your Leadership Training


It’s easy to understand why the modern workforce doesn’t get excited about leadership development initiatives. A business unit president tells human resources or training and development the team is struggling with leadership skills. Project champions are assigned and business leaders (maybe even the CEO) get on board and deployment begins. We experienced the same challenge in our business when we launched a leadership training course. Leadership

Top 25 Training Topics for Small Business Employees


Start-up magazine offers several tips for good time management , which you can practice yourself and help others work on as well. Simple steps, such as greeting a client when they walk into your business, replacing, “we don’t do that” with “here’s how we can help,” and following clear, effective escalation paths will improve your customer experience. His article focuses on hospitality businesses, but they can be applied to any company with customers. Leadership.

The role of L&D in achieving transversal business acumen


If we only had one (positive) word to describe the modern business world this would definitely be “dynamic”. This particular way of keeping a constant eye on the big picture while working on making their own enterprise perform is called business acumen. It may sound like something freshly made up by business coaches and consultants but it is actually a very old concept. The elements of business acumen. Read more: E-learning for leadership development is on the rise.

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The Business Partnership Award

CLO Magazine

For learning departments that have partnered in a progressive way with business partners or external organizational divisions and functions such as the sales and marketing department or external customer groups to develop and deliver a targeted employee development program that supports the partner’s goals. With more than 170,000 employees located in more than 140 countries and a shift in business strategy afoot, GE set out to rethink its learning platform.

The State of Executive Education

CLO Magazine

Dave Weinstein, associate dean of executive education at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, has an MBA from Stanford, which he believes to be a solid foundation for a business education, especially for someone like him. He said the concepts of successful business that he learned as part of his MBA program were foundational to the rest of his career. “That’s going to make MBA graduates valuable to businesses.”

The State of Executive Education

CLO Magazine

Dave Weinstein, associate dean of executive education at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, has an MBA from Stanford, which he believes to be a solid foundation for a business education, especially for someone like him. He said the concepts of successful business that he learned as part of his MBA program were foundational to the rest of his career. “That’s going to make MBA graduates valuable to businesses.”

Chief Learning Officer Magazine Announces 2013 LearningElite Finalists

CLO Magazine

The finalists are recognized as innovators in enterprise education, delivering measurable business value by utilizing the best workforce development practices. 19, 2013 — Chief Learning Officer magazine (CLO) has announced the 2013 LearningElite organizations. The finalists are recognized as innovators in enterprise education, delivering measurable business value by utilizing the best workforce development practices. which publishes Chief Learning Officer magazine. "It

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Embed Brand Into Leadership Development

CLO Magazine

In May 2009 new CEO Keith Wandell developed a plan focused on leadership development, growth, continuous improvement and sustainability. That changed immediately because Wandell views leadership development as the foundation for the company’s ability to compete and win in the marketplace. “To fulfill our brand and business potential, we must prepare strong, committed leaders who live our values and deliver every day,” he said.

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Diversity Is Learning’s Business

CLO Magazine

It wasn’t until the late 1980s and early 1990s that some American businesses took a serious look at diversity in the workplace. Brown also said CLOs and D&I teams need to look at the content of diversity training together to determine whether they’re addressing inclusive behaviors as a leadership competency and holding leaders accountable. Marygrace Schumann is a former editorial intern at Chief Learning Officer magazine.

How Authentic Is Your Leadership Development?

CLO Magazine

CLOs may already know who they want to pull into leadership development programs, but it pays to include high potentials at lower levels to add cultural and business performance value. For some time, the efficacy and utility of authentic leadership, emotional intelligence and other similar skill sets in the workplace have been considered secondary, soft skill conversations. Or, they may stay but lack the necessary experience and skill to make critical leadership decisions.

Five Ways to Accelerate Leadership Development

CLO Magazine

In today’s business climate, time is of the essence. A company has identified a high-potential employee and is ready to accelerate that person into a leadership position. Recent research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) revealed the leadership development practices of various high-performance companies — those with the greatest five-year growth trends in customer satisfaction, market share, revenue and profit.

Beyond The MBA

CLO Magazine

In 2016, a team of professors at Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University spent months converting a series of classroom-based executive education classes into a digital badge program. It was an unusual move for a business school that caters to MBA students, admitted Dan Stotz, executive director of executive education programs at the Georgia-based university. Shaun Walker is one of those busy executives.

Begin Leadership Development on Day One

CLO Magazine

Leadership development isn’t just for high potentials. In formalized leadership development, an emerging trend is to get them while they’re young. A recent survey by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) found that 40 percent of global business leaders think formalized leadership development should start between ages 11 and 17. Survey participants were asked to rank the top skills needed for leadership development.

Servant Leadership in Action

CLO Magazine

I’ve been singing the praises of servant leadership for many years. Servant leadership is the best way to create both great results and great human satisfaction. For more than 40 years, all of the leaders at Southwest Airlines have tried to model servant leadership. Herb Kelleher, our founder, led the way clearly — although I don’t think he knew what the expression servant leadership meant until we told him. Building trust trumps all else when it comes to leadership.

Do Your Employees Understand How Business Works?

CLO Magazine

You’d think, by the time professionals enter the workforce they’d have mastered certain skills, like business acumen, but no. That’s why a vendor like Advantexe Learning Solutions, a business simulation-centric training company, announced the launch of a new and advanced virtual learning program, Business Acumen 101, or BA101, this month. This content covers skills in business strategy, financial management, marketing and sales.