Effective Leadership Development Remains Elusive. Understand the Keys to Unlocking Leadership Potential

08 November, 2012 | (01 hr)

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Despite all of the effort and investment in leadership development—innovative new modalities, business simulations, acceleration pools, 70/20/10 approaches, better diagnosis of strengths and areas for development—widespread improvement in leadership effectiveness remains elusive.

This webcast will explore the following:

  • According to leaders, what development works and what doesn’t?
  • The effectiveness of Development linked with diagnosis.
  • Prioritise potential (hi-po development)
  • The transition trap and the importance of preparing leaders in advance

Who should attend
HR, Talent Management professionals and business executives who want to develop their expertise in business relevant leadership development.  

Pre-qualification to attend the webcast
Participants should have a working knowledge of Talent Management practices to obtain the most value from this webcast


Steve Newhall

Steve Newhall
Managing Director UK & VP Sales Europe
Development Dimensions International

Steve is responsible for leading and managing DDI’s UK operation. Additionally, he heads up the European sales and business development function.
Steve supports clients across all components of talent management, specialising in the ear... Full Bio

Chris Burton

Chris Burton
Better Business Coaching

Chris has over 20 years international business experience with Mars and McCormick, and has worked in UK, across Europe and in Asia. He lived and worked in Taipei for four years as Managing Director for Mars Taiwan and Mars South Korea. After that,... Full Bio

Sara Murray

Sara Murray (Moderator)
Director, Executive Programmes
The Conference Board


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