How could societies benefit if young people felt included, supported, and engaged in leadership roles? More than 13,500 young people across 51 ASEM countries share their experiences and future recommendations.
The article, published in Talent Management, shares insights from over 15,000 young globally located workers. Suggestions on how organizations can equitably recruit and support new leaders are provided.
This article presents a framework for understanding leaders’ challenges across organizational levels. Equipped with this knowledge, CHROs can focus their leadership development initiatives on what matters most.
The research produced several recommendations for ways that government organizations can help new public service leaders make a smooth transition from the private sector, as well as skillsets and practices new leaders should consider and apply in their own practice.
The study focused on better understanding the relationships between vocal delivery (using the AI-informed, voice-analytic technology, VoiceVibes) and leader competencies (using 360 assessments) and two leadership outcomes: leader emergence and effectiveness.
The authors discuss the role leaders have in taking responsibility for both delivering on the promise of AI and creating the ethical policies that foster reputable brands, diverse communities, and thriving employees.
This paper introduces CCL’s framework for measuring and maximizing the impact of leadership development. The framework includes the type of impact that can be expected and measured as well as key factors that influence impact.
Incidents of gun violence are on a rising trajectory and for many Americans, gun violence is part of their everyday lives. Leaders have a critical part to play in keeping employees and communities safe.
In this article in the Impact Blog Series we share insights about Latin American women’s development needs and challenges in STEM fields. Tailoring development programs to specific populations can result in better impact.
As part of the Impact Blog Series, this post shares some initial findings that indicate that leaders are able to have meaningful connections with one another while participating in virtual leadership development sessions.
In honor of Women's History Month, this Impact Series Blog looks closely at some of our women’s leadership programs to understand the role that leadership development can play in helping women break the glass ceiling and take on leadership roles.
This Impact Series blog highlights CCL’s flagship principal leadership program, the Margaret Waddington Institute for School Leadership (Waddington), and its efficacy in reducing principal attrition rates.