What would you do if a key employee in a critical position suddenly resigned, became ill or was terminated today? Would there be a mad scramble as you tried to recover or would you be prepared to carry on in a productive manner?
The following seven trends highlight what the best organizations are doing today to effectively develop managers. We’ve gathered these top ways to develop management teams from our work with many clients and best practice research.
It’s the spring of 1991 at a family restaurant on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. My dad was in town visiting me towards the end of my sophomore year, and I was preparing to share with him over breakfast my chosen major in business.
Within our complex economy, there is a movement afoot. The movement’s mantra is called “Develop, Develop, Develop.” Leaders need to pay attention to this movement because their employees certainly are.
Several years ago, I was facilitating a talent review meeting with a room full of executives. After hours of great dialogue, we all settled on where their people fit on the nine-box talent grid. The leaders were engaged in the process and were...
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