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September 8, 2016

Today, everyone can be a leader, but they need leadership development training that delivers targeted outcomes, sustains high levels of performance and improves the team’s engagement.This infographic demonstrates why Situational Leadership® is good for leaders at all levels. Learn how to build Situational Leaders and empower your team with the skills to seize every business opportunity.

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August 24, 2016

Building a culture of trust starts at the top. Leaders must work to break down barriers and embrace a transparent leadership style that is open and honest to gain true buy-in from employees. Without a solid foundation of trust, leaders cannot effectively execute on their vision and achieve their goals. Read this article to gain insight into how trust can help drive behavior change and improve performance.

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June 6, 2016

A recent Roffey Park survey, The Management Agenda 2016, found that nearly four out of five HR managers believe developing appropriate leadership and management styles is the main challenge facing their organization. TD spoke to some of the industry’s suppliers to find out their thoughts about the most important qualities for a leader, the challenges they face, and more.

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May 18, 2016

The power to shape behavior through influence is a crucial ability for leaders. Although many organizations make a significant investment in leadership training, the ability to influence employee behavior may not manifest the same way across generations. How can leaders effectively use influence across constantly evolving, globalized and technology-rich work environments? This summary reviews the cumulative findings of research conducted by The Center for Leadership Studies and Training Industry, Inc. on the inclusion of influence in leadership training initiatives and their strategic benefits to organizations.

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April 18, 2016
The Center for Leadership Studies, in conjunction with Training Industry, Inc., recently collaborated on a targeted research project intended to assess the relationships between an organization’s leadership development practices and the manner in which organizational power (influence potential) is manifested across generations. This research takes a specific look at the perceptions of “others” (i.e. those being influenced by their direct supervisors as well as their peers) in an organizational context. [ Read More + ]
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