Leadership coaching is a proven leadership development tool, and even a little bit of certainty is welcome in the turbulent times we're currently living and working in. It's not just the challenges associated with continuous change and market disruption. Leaders must contend with the threat of violence, mental, physical, and emotional demands on talent as well as changing expectations around work itself. The pressure is heavy and constant, and it doesn't even touch the demands that ambitious people place on themselves amid these unusually stimulating environs.
Now is not the time to hide, or float, or hope for the best. It's a time to be intentional about development, for yourself and for your team. Leaders cannot give themselves a free pass. They need new behaviors, new mindsets, new innovations to meet the challenges inherent in the modern workplace. To develop these, they have to build a continuous learning mindset. It's one of the best ways to ensure that working amid disruption isn't quite so hard or devoid of connection, and is not without benefit, advancement, and purpose.
In this webcast we'll discuss:
Why talent leaders should invest in leadership coaching as a critical tool to enhance the employee experience at all levels
The value of this particular leadership development strategy for an individual and for an organization
What could happen if leaders don't make leadership development a priority in the short- and long-term.