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Best Practices in Leadership Development Webinar 07.24.13 Best Practices in Leadership Development Webinar 07.24.13 Presentation Transcript

  • Presenters Chris Osborn Vice President of Marketing cosborn@bizlibrary.com @chrisosbornstl Jessica Batz Marketing Specialist jbatz@bizlibrary.com @jessbatz @BizLibrary
  • Online content libraries include: • Streaming videos • Interactive e-learning courses • Reference materials • Ebooks Technology solutions include: • Cloud-hosted LMS • Performance Management • Social Learning applications Award-winning Learning and Performance Management Solutions
  • POLL QUESTION We have a tailored set of competencies for our organization and leaders? A. True B. False
  • POLL QUESTION Our leadership development program is: A. Supported at the executive level B. Aligned with business strategy C. Targeted to leaders at all levels D. All of the above E. None of the above
  • What you’ll learn: • Why leadership development is important • Challenges faced by today’s leaders • Leadership development best practices
  • With each generation entering the workplace, a greater emphasis is placed on continual development as these new employees know that they are unlikely to stay more than a few years; it’s about what they can develop and acquire to take to the next stop in the career journey. We know that effective leaders are one of the most important influences on levels of engagement. Rebecca Ray, Employee Engagement in a VUCA World (research report), New York: The Conference Board, 2011.
  • Challenges faced by our leaders Uncertainty Need for speed Changing workplace demographics What do you need you leaders to do to be successful?
  • LEADERSHIP THEORIES: 1. Great Man Theories 2. Group Theories 3. Trait Theories 4. Behavioral Theories 5. Contingency/ Situational 6. Excellence Theories 7. Transactional and Transformational
  • Leadership in Your Organization Where we are going and why? VISION How we will get there? STRATEGY
  • Leadership Development Best Practices Strong executive involvement Tailored leadership competencies Alignment with business strategy Target multiple levels of leadership
  • Executive Involvement Make a clear connection between improving your leadership’s performance and improving bottom line results.
  • Impact on Business • Financial Results • Key Employee Retention* • Improve Organizational IQ * The American Management Association estimates that the direct cost of losing a key employee is between one year and 18 months’ salary.
  • Measuring the Impact • Employee engagement • Customer satisfaction • Retention • Output • Quality • Cost • Time
  • Leadership Competencies • Identify essential traits and behaviors • Assessments can be used to identify strengths and weaknesses • Individual development plans can help create a tailored program • Consider “traditional and “modern”
  • Leadership Competencies • Vision • Interpersonal skills • Ability to develop others • Intelligence • Character • Collaboration skills • People development • Digital literacy • Global citizenship • Anticipate the future ETHICS Organizational governance
  • Align with Business Strategy • Identify successors • Develop high potentials • Develop bench strength • Set standards • Culture norms • Develop and engage employees
  • Target Multiple Levels Executive Level Technical or Professional Mid-level Frontline and New
  • EXECUTIVE LEVEL Higher level leadership skills such as motivation, strategy and innovation Peer to peer collaboration Highly focused development plans and executive coaching
  • TECHNICAL OR PROFESSIONAL Leadership fundamentals, business acumen and communication skills Project Management and formal certification Learning at the time of need and on-demand reference material
  • Major Managerial Skills Gaps 1. Coaching 2. Performance appraisals 3. Developing others 4. Managing change 5. Communications 6. Business acumen Mid-Level Leaders Bersin by Deloitte , Current Capabilities by Role, December 2011
  • MID-LEVEL Blended learning supported by performance support resources Learning resources targeted to their role of managing other managers Job rotation and stretch assignments for growth Feedback and mentoring
  • FRONTLINE Leadership fundamentals, business acumen and communication skills Hands-on direction, mentoring and training opportunities Engaging, self-paced, technology-based learning solutions Learning at the time of need and performance support
  • Learn By Doing Rotational Assignments Action Learning Projects Mentoring Coaching
  • Leadership Development Best Practices Strong executive involvement Tailored leadership competencies Alignment with business strategy Target multiple levels of leadership
  • Excellence in Leadership Program When leaders understand the big picture, we are able to work together more efficiently and produce the best collection of products and systems for our customers. Kristen Nazario, HR Director, Bally Technologies
  • Corporate Commitment Customer Focus Goal Attainment Intellect Leadership Operational Issues Personal Interaction Self-Focus Values Gaming 101 Bally Product Excellence in Leadership Program
  • Excellence in Leadership Program “Our Leadership Development Program has contributed to better collaboration and synergy among departments – we are a global company that develops, manufactures, and services numerous systems and products, when leaders understand the big picture, we are able to work together more efficiently and produce the best collection of products and systems for our customers.” Kristen Nazario, HR Director, Bally Technologies
  • Online Content Leadership Development HR as Business Partner: Managing Talent for Organizational Success The Extraordinary Leader: Going from Good to Great Implementing and Assessing a Succession Planning Program The Art of Effective Coaching The Emotionally Intelligent Leader Leadership Essentials (Eight 1-hour courses)
  • Online Content Libraries 1,800 + Streaming Videos 5,000 + E-learning Courses Online Books Simulations Scenario-Based Courses Try them out free for 30- days – no obligation!
  • Contact Us Chris Osborn Vice President of Marketing cosborn@bizlibrary.com @chrisosbornstl Jessica Batz Marketing Specialist jbatz@bizlibrary.com @jessbatz @BizLibrary