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Organizations are broadening their definitions of a "leader," and realizing their programs aren’t covering critical competencies related to technology and innovation, according to the fourth annual Global Leadership Development Survey conducted by Training, AMA, and i4cp. The findings paint a picture of firms being laser-focused on bringing effective global leadership development to their workforces, from their expanded definition of a leader to their shrinking tolerance for lack of results.
With training resources at a premium and a seemingly insatiable need for more capable leaders, it has never been more important to make smart decisions about who to place in leadership positions and how to develop those individuals. New research-driven insights to help inform these decisions can be found in The Global Leadership Forecast 2014 2015. 
While more organizations are addressing global leadership, the effectiveness of such programs has declined over the last four years, according to the fifth annual Global leadership Development Survey of 1,030 organizations conducted by Training magazine, the American Management Association (AMA), and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). 
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