Michael Molina, Chief Human Resource Officer, Vistage International
Henry C. Hardin, III, Founder, CEO and President of SCI Companies
Though organizational hierarchies have flattened in the past decade, the need for strong
leadership at the executive level remains constant, and a wide breadth of research
demonstrates that executive leadership has a clear effect on other areas of the business.
In addition, executive development is an effective catalyst of leadership readiness and
succession planning. Employees look to leaders to set the attitudinal and behavioral
tone of an organization, so investing in a sustainable method of development for this
population is critical to strengthening the ability and reach of the leadership pipeline.
Yet, questions remain about how to accurately identify and measure what types of
development methods inform other areas of the business, and in what ways.
In this presentation, we will explore the findings of the latest research conducted in
partnership with HCI and Vistage International. Specifically, the relationship between
executive development and its impact on the following five measures of Execution;
Alignment; Collaboration; Succession; and Retention will be analyzed.
Don’t miss these key takeaways:
• Learn which executive development methods have the highest impact on the 5 key ROI
measures (execution, alignment, collaboration, succession and retention)
• Determine what competencies and methods are best positioned to contribute to the
development of organizational leaders
• Learn how to foster an environment of commitment to shared goals among your
executive team, rather than mere compliance