Training

Nurture Great Leaders

By Staff Report

Apr. 8, 2016

Overcoming barriers to learning and development: Most organizations strive to develop the skills of their employees to prepare future leaders, execute business strategies and initiatives, and retain high-performing individuals. And yet, most leaders shy away from having discussions about performance and, in particular, conversations about learning and development. In this white paper, Development Dimensions International (DDI) and Halogen Software take a closer look at what prevents leaders from around the world from learning and applying new skills and behaviors. The white paper explores ways to overcome these barriers, as well as best practices in developing and executing learning plans.

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