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Feeding Your Leadership Pipeline Developing the Next Generation in Small to Mid-Sized Companies

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Overview

There are a number of large companies that are well known for their leadership development efforts, but what affordable model can smaller organizations follow?

This Webcast explores a blueprint for creating and implementing a program to develop midlevel managers for future leadership positions in your organization. With the pending retirement of millions of baby boomers, do you have any idea who is going to replace your senior staff when they leave?

That day is coming fast, so this is something you need to get started on NOW!

This program is a must attend for you, especially if you:

  •  Don’t have a large budget for leadership development
  •  Don’t have a leadership development staff 
  •  Do have an immediate need to develop your next generation of leaders

What You Will Learn

  • A simple 4-part leadership development program (LDP) model
  • Advice for building an effective LDP on a modest budget 
  • Guidelines for saving money on faculty, facilities, travel, etc.
  • How to set reasonable expectations and goals for your LDP initiative
  • Tips for identifying your high-potentials
  • Ways to involve company executives in the program right from the start
  • And much more.

When your leaders retire, will you be ready? Today you have to ask yourself: “What is the cost to my organization of NOT developing our next generation of leaders?”

While attending this program is FREE, reservations are required.

About the Presenters

Daniel R. Tobin has over 30 years’ experience in the learning and development field, including having founded two corporate universities. He is the former VP of design and development at the American Management Association and is currently a consultant on corporate learning strategies and development programs and a coach to corporate training directors. Tobin is the author of 6 books on corporate learning strategies including his latest, Feeding Your Leadership Pipeline. For more information, visit: NextGenerationofLeaders.com

 
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