Is your organization prepared for your leadership readiness gaps?
According to Forbes Magazine, (11/17), only 25% of organizations have leaders ready to meet tomorrow’s business challenges.
There are 7 strategic decisions HR can make to properly build and deploy an effective leadership development program.
HR has a unique opportunity to engage as an important strategic partner for the business by insisting on a more formalized approach to leadership development. And, there's programs that work and programs that don't!
At the end of this webinar, participants will identify:
Renee Brotman, has more than 35 years of work experience. She has a diverse background focused on organization development, leadership coaching, training, and meeting facilitation. She has a reputation for maximizing organizational performance through strengthening working relationships, building leadership talent, executing learning events, managing culture shifts, and collaborating on effective meeting management.
As a seasoned professional, Renee has extensive experience and knowledge of working in both the public and private sectors. As a former government director herself, Renee understands the challenges government leaders deal with on a daily basis. She appreciates the skill required to work in a political environment, the organizational complexities and the need to get to core issues quickly. Throughout her government career, Renee has been passionate about developing leaders. As the Staff College Director at the Center of Devices and Radiological Health at the Food and Drug Administration, Renee created new opportunities to develop future leaders and to bring together current leaders for continued dialogue and learning. University Master’s Degree program.