How organizations fill critical leadership roles is rapidly shifting from a “dark art” to an enlightened science. The good old days of one-size-fits-all leadership has been rendered irrelevant by increased demands on leaders and an emerging array of new, highly complex roles requiring unique sets of skills and competencies. The skills and competencies required to be a traditional, operationally focused leader, for example, are quite different than those needed for an advisory or matrixed role. As a result, matching the right individual with the right role is more important – and more challenging – that ever before. With baby boomer public leaders seeing their retirement on the horizon, a more sophisticated and far-sighted approach to effective leadership development is needed. Present snapshot measures such as percentage of “ready now” leaders and the extent your pipeline is utilized don’t go far enough. This webcast provides research-based insight and successful case study examples from the public sector using forward looking practices and measures to confidently develop leaders for tomorrow’s needs. You’ll leave with insights about how to develop and select the best talent for your key leadership roles.
Don’t miss these webcast take-aways:
· The growth factors that leaders develop over time
· A roadmap to assess leadership potential, and avoid derailing
· Changing leadership roles and competency requirements
· How to know if a leader is ready, willing and able to make the next career step