Why Leadership Development Fails and How To Make It Stick

Have you ever attended leadership training and then realized a few months later that you aren’t really using any of it? If so, you’re not alone.

Surveys show that most executives don’t think leadership training has made a lasting impact in their organization. It doesn’t have to be this way.

The reason leadership development fails to change behavior has less to do with managers’ willingness to learn and more to do with our outdated ideas about the way leadership training ought to be delivered. If you want your managers to adopt better leadership habits, you must be willing to change your approach to delivering leadership training.

Check out the following video to learn three ways to make leadership development far more effective.

Get your FREE Guide to Leadership Development That Sticks in the video description.

Keep elevating others!

Michael Timms

2 Responses

  1. An essential component of every organization’s success is leadership development. Today’s corporate environment is fast-paced and ever-changing, making good leadership more crucial than ever. However, many businesses find it difficult to achieve noticeable effects from leadership development programs, even after investing a large amount of time and money in them. Michael Timms provides insightful advice on how to make a more successful and long-lasting influence in his essay, “Why Leadership Development Fails and How to Make It Stick,” which identifies some of the main causes of the failures of leadership development initiatives. During our sessions under, I also brought this up.

    1. Hi Krizzy! Sorry for my late reply. I really appreciate your comment here. I’m so glad you enjoyed the article enough to share it!

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