Adapting Leadership Development During Today’s Challenging Times
Date and TimeWed, Jun 02, 2021 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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For the fifth year, Training magazine and Wilson Learning Worldwide teamed up to conduct the Annual Leadership Survey, which focuses on what organizations are doing to create effective leaders. The results of this survey, and the struggles of this past year, point out the fragility of leadership development in many organizations, as well as the incredible importance and strength of leadership development in others.
In this webinar, Lorri Freifeld, Editor/Publisher of Training magazine, and Dr. Michael Leimbach, VP of Global Research and Development for Wilson Learning, will reveal takeaways from this in-depth look at leadership development and explore ways organizations can leverage today’s challenges to develop stronger leaders for tomorrow.
Join us for this session, where we will explore:
- The pandemic’s impact on leadership development
- Priority leadership skills
- Steps to strengthen leadership development efforts for greater impact
About Lorri Freifeld
About Michael Leimbach, Ph.D.
Michael Leimbach, Ph.D., is Vice President of Global Research and Development for Wilson Learning Worldwide Inc. With more than 35 years in the field, Dr. Leimbach provides leadership for researching and designing Wilson Learning’s diagnostic, learning, and sales performance capabilities and has managed major research studies in sales, leadership, and organizational effectiveness. He also developed Wilson Learning’s impact evaluation capability and return on investment models. Dr. Leimbach has served as a research consultant for a wide variety of global client organizations, is Editor-in-Chief for a major professional journal, and serves on the ISO Technical Committee on Quality Standards for Learning Service Providers. Dr. Leimbach has coauthored four books, published more than 100 professional articles, and is a frequent speaker at national and global conferences.