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What's missing in leadership development? / by Claudio Feser, Nicolai Nielsen, and Michael Rennie

By: Feser, Claudio.
Contributor(s): Nielsen, Nicolai | Rennie, Michael.
Series: McKinsey Quarterly.Publisher: McKinsey & Company, August 2017Description: Online article.Subject(s): Leadership | Professional development | Corporate cultureOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Looks at the results of a survey which show that only seven percent of CEOs believe their companies are building effective global leaders. Argues that four key programme components matter the most: contextualising the programme, ensuring sufficient reach across the organisation, the transfer of learning, and embedding change.
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Looks at the results of a survey which show that only seven percent of CEOs believe their companies are building effective global leaders. Argues that four key programme components matter the most: contextualising the programme, ensuring sufficient reach across the organisation, the transfer of learning, and embedding change.

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