What challenges emerging young leaders are facing, and how their organizations can respond proactively.
How trends in leadership development for millennials and high-potentials vary around the globe.
Why coaching is gaining popularity among millennials, and which topics they’re exploring in coaching engagements.
How coaching can augment an organization’s existing training and leadership development offerings to enhance results.
Within a decade, millennials will represent 75 percent of the global work force. Members of this generation of emerging leaders are passionate about building careers that make a difference in the world and adamant that the best way for an employer to engage them is to nurture their talent and provide opportunities for continuous learning and professional development.
Is it any wonder that more and more young emerging leaders are enlisting the services of professional coaches or looking to their organizations to do the same?
In this webcast, International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach and ICF Global Board member Hilary Oliver will provide an overview of the latest research on millennials and coaching and share recommendations and best practices for implementing coaching offerings that will empower young, emerging leaders on their leadership development journeys.
Research | Author: Jenna Filipkowski | Source: Human Capital Institute
| Published:October 1, 2014
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