Developing Leaders Beyond the Boardroom
The role of “leader” has changed. Lower-level managers have a much broader span of responsibility. Cross-functional and global teams are far more commonplace. And career progression is moving at an accelerated pace.
According to Bersin by Deloitte’s Predictions for 2016, approximately 50% of all leaders in every company are first- or second-line leaders, with the most critical supervision and management challenges taking place among front-line leaders.
It’s vital then that leaders need to be developed across the whole organization – not just in the boardroom – for an organization’s long-term success. Join us in this webinar, where we’ll discuss how to:
- Combine on-the-job learning, coaching and feedback, and formal learning activities into your leadership development program
- Establish the critical foundations around identification, shared management, assessment and development to ensure program success
- Build strong bench strength and gain a competitive advantage through a talent management solution
About Catherine Cormier
Catherine brings more than 15 years of experience in developing and managing learning products to her role as Product Manager with Halogen. She is responsible for the strategic direction of Halogen’s Learning & Development solution and has also been working closely Development Dimensions International (DDI) to create a new product offering that blends DDI’s renowned competency framework and leadership content with Halogen’s industry-leading software.
About Anita Bowness
As a Solutions Consultant with Halogen Software, Anita draws upon her 20 years of HR and consulting experience in the areas of recruitment, onboarding, performance management, learning and development, succession planning, organizational development, competency mapping and change management. Her consulting experience has spanned many sectors, including IT, government, defense, retail, telecommunications, healthcare, education, logistics and professional services. Anita holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in HRM from the University of Ottawa, and a Master’s in HRM from the University of Leeds.