An employee’s relationship with his or her manager is the most important factor in employee engagement and we know that engaged employees are happier and way more productive than disengaged ones. It is also known that one of the leading causes for employees leaving the organisation is poor leadership—hence the old saying, “people quit their bosses, not their jobs”.
There are a few organisations which have some level of Leadership development program in play. However, in a recent Brandon Hall Benchmarking Survey, 75% of respondents said their leadership programs were not very effective.
Leadership is not a new skill – so why are we getting it so wrong? Many organisations and individuals struggle with the fact that there is no widely agreed skill set for management. There are strategies that we can put into place – as there are organisations across the World that are also getting it right. So what do these organisations do differently?
In this 30 minute masterclass, you will learn:
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