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Skillsoft-Sponsored Research from Brandon Hall Group Finds Majority of Leadership Development…

We
are excited to announce the availability and revealing results of a new Leadership
Development Benchmarking Survey conducted by Brandon
Hall Group
. We are proud to sponsor this research,
which confirms the need for leadership development and shows how
the organizations that do embrace leadership development will have a leg up on
their competition today and down the road.

The
report, “Leadership: The State of Development Programs,” authored by Brandon
Hall Group’s Laci
Loew
, principal analyst and talent management practice leader, and David Wentworth,
senior learning analyst, discusses the changing nature of today’s leadership
development programs. Most notably, the survey reveals
that the majority of organizations feel that their leadership development
programs are falling short, with 75% ranking them as not very effective.

Brandon
Hall Group’s research shows that organizations are dramatically more satisfied
with their leadership development programs when a specific leadership
development strategy is in place, spending on leadership development in the
training budget is higher, and the leadership development programs have been in
existence for five years or longer.

To
view the full analysis and key findings, download
your complimentary copy.

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Our experience with organizations of all sizes across many
industries consistently shows the need to establish formal, strategic
leadership development programs. Skillsoft looks forward to
continuing to support organizations as they establish and grow leadership
development programs that meet business goals and lay the groundwork for future
talent successes. This research is an excellent tool for guidance through this
process, so we encourage all learners to explore the results!

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