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A Systemic Solution to Broken Leadership

Topic:
A Systemic Solution to Broken Leadership
Date:
August 22, 2012 at 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Nancy Parsons, CEO(CDR Assessment Group, Inc.)
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Description
Leadership is broken. For more than a decade, studies have consistently shown that 50-75% of leaders are ineffective. Unfortunately, despite over $40 billion invested annually in leadership development initiatives, things are not getting better. This is evidenced by a 2011 DDI global survey of 2600 organizations reported that only 38% of leaders were rated as effective.

Interestingly, while the semantics within the leadership development arena have improved around competencies, training and performance objectives, the results have not improved. Adding to leadership deficit is that hiring managers frequently confuse cognitive ability with performance capability. Just because one has the raw intelligence or the aptitude to master a certain subject or degree does not mean they can perform the skills needed in a given job or a particular set of job duties. Leadership is a prime example. While nearly everyone can describe what an effective leader should do, few people can do it well. Doing it -- performing well as a leader with consistency -- goes well beyond merely talking about or describing the act. So, while “just do it” is a clever slogan, the words are empty when it comes to leadership.

Clearly, these leadership problems are systemic – so the solution must be systemic as well. This presentation will explain the four key reasons the condition of leadership is so dismal:

1)       From Whence We Came
2)       What We Fail to See
3)       Teaching Fish to Fly
4)       Good Intentions = Poor Investments

Further, we will share a revolutionary and scientifically based methodology to systemically change turn these negative statistics into positive performance results. The science and tools, however, cannot be applied in a vacuum. Two other traits are needed to turn the ROI on leadership investments into positive results and those characteristics are “courage” and “compassion”.

Who Should Participate
HR & Talent Development professionals and executives who are responsible for hiring, succession planning, and developing leader talent.
What You Will Learn
You will learn: 1 - why leadership is broken 2 - how the problem is system 3 - a scientific methodology to systemically improve leadership performance and capability and, 4 - why it is crucial to act with courage and compassion for sustained success.
Recommended Resources
Global Survey from DDI http://www.ddiworld.com/glf2011 Articles on Leadership & Talent Management: http://www.cdrassessmentgroup.com/News.php
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CDR Assessment Group, Inc.

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"I am surprised that the speaker would make comments such as ""interpersonal sensitivity is hurtful to leadership."" There is plenty of research out there (e.g. Gallup - 12 Elements of Great Managing) that shows how important it is for leaders to be able to relate to their followers. There are many different types of leaders all types can be successful. To imply that you have to be competitive in order to be successful is incredibly simplistic." 3 / 5
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"More factual data like the one shown would be needed for deploying and ""seling internaly"" this kind of aproaches in existing companies." 4 / 5
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Most of the slides in the presentation were overloaded with correct information. If you dont go through the lines in the presentation (pre or post intended) you must leave enough time to at least read the content that youhave passed or in thr worst case send (emailI later on the presentation to all the participants. In the last case you should mention this in advance 4 / 5
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Please distribute the slides. 4 / 5
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This was an advertisement for assessment services. I dropped off after the first 28 minutes. 3 / 5
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