20 November, 2012 | (01 hr)
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Join us for one of the most highly rated sessions from our recent Leadership Development Conference.
Research shows that there are quantifiable differences by leadership level, and it is the transition between levels that is the most vulnerable point in a leader’s career. It is imperative that individual motivators, experience, competencies, plus foundational predispositions and personality, are addressed at each career stage.
In this webcast, hear about:
- Factors influencing leadership level differences
- Seven dimensions of leadership and their role in shaping transitions
- Four types of leadership attributes that vary by level
- Indicators (differences, similarities, derailers) for transitioning leaders
Audience: If you are a human resources leader, leadership development professional, or someone responsible for executive coaching, employee engagement, succession planning or talent acquisition, participating in this webcast will help you address your most pressing leadership development issues.
Brent Mattson, Ph.D.
Dr. Mattson is vice president and chief learning officer for Invensys. He is responsible for company-wide learning, organization effectiveness, and performance/talent management. Prior to joining Invensys in 2009, Dr. Mattson was senior vice president of Talent Management for Bank of America. He ...Full Bio
Keith Halperin, Ph.D.
Dr. Halperin has over thirty years of experience helping leaders around the world strengthen their leadership impact and their teams. In addition, he designs strategic leadership development systems and conducts programs to build bench strength and drive organization growth. Dr. Halperin initiate...Full Bio
Omar Andrade leads Global Media Resource LLC a collaborative group dedicated to conceptualizing and commercializing thought leadership in the form of events, rich online media, business research and digital publishing with organizations including The Economist, ...Full Bio