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Jessica Johnson

Jessica Johnson
  • Building a Robust Leadership Development Program

    In six steps we’ll discuss who should be trained—based upon your strategic direction and desired outcomes—and how to decide on training content. Once that is complete we’ll discuss learning methods and who might be best to deliver the right content. Finally, every LDP should have a measurement strategy that defines success at a higher level than attendee satisfaction, and we’ll suggest a framework for pulling it all together.

  • Demystifying the Coaching Mystique

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    Any good leader wants to get better. To improve, leaders have attended seminars, read books, shadowed colleagues, received formal (and informal) feedback, and taken on new assignments. In recent years, coaching has been the rage. So much so that coaching has almost become all things to all people.

  • Winning Tomorrow’s Talent Battle: What Really Matters

    Everyone talks about the importance of talent, but only a few companies fully identify and develop their people. One recent global study found only 15% of companies in North America and Asia believe that they have enough qualified successors for key positions (Harvard Business Review Oct. 2011). Another study of 300 senior executives found over two thirds express a high degree of concern about the retention of critical talent, high…