Achieving organizational success – current and future – demands leaders who have strong capabilities. Leadership development programs, often designed around specific sets of competencies, aim to help leaders grow the skills they need to formulate and execute business strategies that fuel competitive advantage. Executives who gain proficiency in the requisite competencies should be well-positioned to positively affect organizational performance.
The Institute for Corporate Productivity’s (i4cp) latest research on leadership found that 84% of high-performing organizations invest in leadership development programs. But while the commitment to leadership development is clear, only 23% of all business leaders surveyed for i4cp’s 2011 Leadership Competencies Survey characterized their firms as “strong at developing future leaders” to a high or very high extent.
In this webinar, led by Jay Jamrog, SVP of Research, and Carol Morrison, Senior Analyst, get exclusive access to i4cp’s latest research on leadership competencies and learn which correlate with market performance – and which don’t.