The challenge for any organisation is to develop leadership development initiatives that actually work – that is, new skills and mindsets are actually deployed effectively in the work place. Through a complete re-examination of how leaders want to develop their leadership skills, and a focus on ensuring effective support networks are in place post workshop or coaching session, our clients strongly advocate our services to others (ask us to introduce them to you) because we produce results
Are your high potential programs unwittingly motivating your hi-potentials to leave? How could this happen? Here’s why, and here’s what to do about it.
It was the last day of a recently delivered HFL development program – time for participants to formally present to an Executive Panel their personal learnings, insights, and what they need to do differently to add and create greater value in their organisations.
Leadership programs often focus on ‘leading self’ and ‘leading others’, and miss ‘leading business’. DOMINIC JOHNSON, suggests why this is the case, and how L&D can meet the demand for leaders with strong strategic and financial business nous.
Our best guess based on anecdotal information from prospective clients: more than half of leadership programs don’t work. These are the reasons why, and how our designs overcome.
Inchcape Australia, part of Inchcape PLC the worlds largest automotive retailer and distributor, made a strategic decision 18 months ago to use an innovative, small group coaching solution to develop 44 front line leaders.
Gavin Pilz, Learning & Development Manager of Serco Asia Pacific, describes his 12 month journey from inception to delivery of a super-successful emerging leader pilot program, and in which the business is now firmly investing in.
There are a vast amount of suppliers across the region who can successfully design leadership workshops for your leaders. When HFL is asked to explain what makes our workshops different, we provide an outline of how we approach the process: and it’s called experiential facilitation.
Julia Bailey, HR Lead in Australia and New Zealand for global agri-business firm Monsanto, talks to Alistair Gordon about the challenges and successes she has experienced working with her country leadership team.
There are a vast amount of suppliers across the region who can successfully design leadership workshops for your leaders. When HFL is asked to explain what makes our workshops different, we can only provide you with an outline of how we approach the process.
Are leaders there to help make the organisation a “best employer”, or drive organisation results by understanding how to pull the commercial levers in the business to best effect? Or both?