Preparing for Development: Making the Most of Formal Leadership Programs
John Wiley & Sons, Jul 26, 2011 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
Managers attend leadership development programs for any number of reasons. Sometimes an organization will nominate a specific manager for a program, or send all high-potential managers through a series of development programs. Some managers seek out development programs on their own as part of their personal career objectives. If you’re scheduled to participate in a leadership development program, or if you’re considering such a program, you can substantially increase the benefits to yourself and to your organization by preparing for the development experience. This guidebook will show you how to prepare yourself and how you can help prepare your colleagues and your work environment to make the most of a formal development program.
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