Develop your Leaders, Raise their Effectiveness...
Vision Coaching's chief learning officer, Dr. Bill Howatt, is diving back into the question many of us have grappled with - developing leaders and increasing their effectiveness. It's critical for your leaders to learn and grow, yes, but it's even more critical for the overall success of your organization to have effective leadership.
Some will answer this question by providing an overview of their leadership development
Others may start out by describing their leadership core competency profiles, and then explain how these are used to determine the kinds of programming leaders will be provided.
The above answers can be helpful; however, they're based on what "successful" means to the leader. In the context of this question, successful implies some defined standard where core competencies and training programs are used.
To answer this question fully it would be of value to understand what successful means to leaders in your organization.
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From my interview with Martin Chiasson,
2017 in the Saint John Telegraph-Journal.
Martin Chiasson, president of
Loosen Up Consulting Inc., assists and empowers his clients to develop creative employee and customer engagement strategies.
Martin is well qualified after a highly successful 31-year career with
Xerox Canada in senior leadership roles in sales, finance, customer service and sales management training.
With a personal philosophy of
helping people accomplish more than they ever thought possible in both their personal and business lives, Martin believes that a nurturing environment does not mean lower standards or lower ambitions - it's about setting up conditions to allow everyone to be their best self. His company, "Loosen Up Consulting"embodies this principle.
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