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    • Today’s Sponsor:
      Today’s Session:
      The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      Dec. 8, 2009
    • GoToWebinar Attendee Interface
      1. Viewer Window
      2. Control Panel
    • Tips for the Webinar:
      (800) 263-6317 or (805) 690-5753
    • Today’s Speakers:
      Ed Cohen
      • Executive Vice President, Nelson Cohen Global Consulting
      • Former CLO, Satyam School of Leadership and Booz, Allen, Hamilton
      • Author, Leadership Without Borders and Riding the Tiger: Leading through Learning in Turbulent Times (May 2010)
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      Ed Cohen
      Author, Leadership Without Borders
      Coming May 2010: RIDING THE TIGER: Learning Strategies for Leaders during Turbulent Times
      Priscilla Nelson and Ed Cohen, published by ASTD Press
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      In everything we own and everything we do, there has been amazing progress in a very short time. 
      That being the case, why is most leadership development still stuck in the ages of Aristotle and Socrates? 
      Given the need for business leaders to be well-rounded professionals with global, multimedia perspectives, why is the “sage on stage” still such a common method for developing leaders?
    • Who are you?
      Trainer/Facilitator
      OD professional
      Learning Leader
      Business Leader
      Other (student, analyst, etc)
      Choose the one best describing you
    • Which best describes your organization?
      New Business
      Downsized
      Remained the same
      Upsized
      Gone with the wind
      During the past 12 months…
    • Today is Aristotle’s way…
      • Teacher focused
      • Collective needs
      • One way communication
      • Knowledge reproduction
      • No immediate implementation
    • Shifts in learning
      5
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      5 ideas to evolve
      leadership development
    • 5 ideas to evolve leadership development
      1
      Development is more
      than Training
    • Development is more than training
      Make development a process
    • 5 ideas to evolve leadership development
      2
      Social Networking
      Let’s talk Web 2.0
    • ?
      Which are you?
      Silent Generation : 1925-45.
      Baby boomers : 1946-64.
      Generation X : 1965-79.
      Generation Y : 1980-2000.
      Generation V : 2000 -.
      Choose the one that is you
    • A brief history
      Silent Generation (Digital Aliens):
      1925-45. Quite apart from the technology, some use the mail.
      Baby boomers (Digital Immigrants):
      1946-64. Come into contact with technology in their adulthood and they have some difficulties in its use.
    • A brief history
      Generation X (Digital Adaptive):
      1965-79. Technological development coincides with adolescence, are introduced to new technologies through entertainment and video games.
      Generation Y (Digital Natives):
      1980-2000. They have always lived with the technology, live in worlds partly on / off line.
    • A brief history
      Generation V (Digital Avatars):
      2000 -. Their communication, personal relationships are established through social networks, virtual worlds and online gaming platforms.
    • 5 ideas to evolve leadership development
      3
      Blend Field and Forum
    • Field and Forum
      Field – experiential, coaching, action learning
    • Roles for leadership development professionals
      Facilitator – competency enabler
      Coach
      Performance Consultant
      Key Account Manager
      Knowledge Broker
      Community Manager
      Succession Planner
      Detective
    • Shifting culture from formal to informal learning
      Real Time Learning
      Feedback from recipients
      Monitored and employee and customer satisfaction for 6 months—80% one or both measures substantially increased
      Customer satisfaction, contract renewals, new business
      Employee satisfaction, Turnover
      OTJ observation and feedback
    • ?
      Field and Forum
      Raise your hand if you are you using Field and Forum today.
    • 5 ideas to evolve leadership development
      4
      Implement
      Portfolio Measurement
    • Portfolio measurement
      Points assigned to learning/tasks
      Higher points for demonstration
      Minimum for successful completion
    • Portfolio
    • 5 ideas to evolve leadership development
      5
      Leaders as Learners
      Leaders as Teachers
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      Everyone is an
      expert at something
      No one is an
      expert at everything
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      Top 5 “Need to Know”
      for Leaders
    • When you think about the next 6 months…
      Happy days are here again
      Cautiously Optimistic
      Concerned for the future
      Not so good
      No clue
      Which most closely reflects you?
    • 1
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Assess and rebuild trust.
    • 1
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Raise your hand if you believe leaders can rebuild trust?
      Assess and rebuild trust.
    • 1
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      How can leaders rebuild trust?
      Assess and rebuild trust.
    • 2
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Enhance communication.
      Even when you don’t believe there is much to say,
      there is much to say.
    • 3
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Cost optimize with
      retention in mind.
    • 3
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Raise your hand if this is on your
      leadership development agenda.
      Cost optimize with
      retention in mind.
    • 4
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Maintain integrity
      and high moral values.
    • 5
      Top 5 “Need to Know” for leaders
      Be brand ambassadors.
    • All together now…
    • The Next Evolution in Leadership Development
      Ed Cohen
      Author, Leadership Without Borders
      Coming May 2010: RIDING THE TIGER: Learning Strategies for Leaders during Turbulent Times
      Priscilla Nelson and Ed Cohen, published by ASTD Press
    • Free Resources from eCornell
      Today’s Presentation Slideswww.ecornell.com/dec8ppt
      Whitepapers:
      Considerations for Creating an Executive Development Strategywww.ecornell.com/exec
      A Leadership Development Maturity Modelwww.ecornell.com/maturity
      Who Should You Target for Leadership Development?www.ecornell.com/target
    • Upcoming Webinars:
      Dec. 10:
      The New Wave of e-Learning Technologies
      Dec. 16:
      How to Reinforce and Sustain Your Training
      More Info/Register at:
      www.trainingindustry.com/webinars.aspx
      Webinar materials archived at:
      www.trainingindustry.com/webinars/webinars-on-demand.aspx
    • Thank You!
      • On behalf of Training Industry, Inc., thanks to:
      • Today’s Speaker: Ed Cohen
      • Today’s Sponsor:
      • All of you for attending
      • Questions or Comments? Please contact Tim Sosbe:
      tsosbe@trainingindustry.com