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Leadership Development: A New Context for Results-Driven Performance

Traditional leadership development often teaches skills without contextual information about the executive. Could a more personalized approach be more efficient and effective?

On a HR Executives Dbriefs webcast, Leadership Development: A New Context for Results-Driven Performance held on January 23, 2013, Neil Neveras, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP and
Martin Gottwald, United Nations OCHA Leadership Development coordinator, discussed:

  • Creating and presenting information through visualization that can influence strategic HR leadership and business decisions.
  • Business and analysis skills needed to pull together and present impactful workforce information
  • Common hurdles that impact implementation, including industry-specific and company-specific metrics and analysis.

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn how this disruptive, context-driven new approach can help your organization develop leaders rapidly.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

If you are an HR professional within your company, what is your level?

Does your organization have a leadership capability (competency) model?

How does your organization most often deliver leadership development?

If you had to focus on improving just one leadership capability in your organization, which would it be?

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