One of the most difficult lessons for managers to understand is that what got them promoted in the first place will not keep them there – let alone make them effective in their next position. For example, the technical and functional expertise valued at lower levels must give way to building teams, inspiring confidence, and developing strategic goals. Successful managers and executives understand this and continually learn, bend, and flex as their work world changes. This is why learning agility has become the No. 1 predictor of leadership success today. It is the cornerstone for identifying and developing high potential talent.
During the Webcast, we will:
Define learning agility
Discuss why it is critical for effectiveness leadership