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Topic: Leadership frameworks

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spender17
Member since 07/20/2010
Leadership frameworks
08/23/2010 / 11:44 am    #1

The engineering company I work for is about to undertake a review of our Leadership framework, for benchmarking and best practice I would like to pose these questions - What elements make up your leadership framework, ie 360 review, leadership assessments, Performance reviews, Succession Planning? And how do the elements relate to each are, are they robustly connected?


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debbiemcgrath
Member since 06/22/2005
Re: Leadership frameworks
08/27/2010 / 9:48 am    #2

All of those elements are essential and must be intergrated to have an effctive plan. That is why the suite of Talent management vendors have really done well even in the down economy.


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MuikaLeadership
Member since 12/20/2010
Re: Developing leadership frameworks
01/05/2011 / 11:07 am    #3

Would agree with that, I think it's important to have all of those elements in the framework to be honest. Maybe this short video will help to explain a bit more about what we talk to companies about when it comes to building a leadership framework.

Karen Murphy
Muika Leadership


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