Key leadership-related findings across a half-dozen studies on collaboration, agility, global leadership, virtual leadership, and more.
Successful leaders today must work across a variety of boundaries: personal, cultural, geographic, and organizational. In short, such leaders are boundaryless. But which specific leadership practices and behaviors are most important for business success?
Research from i4cp, the Institute for Corporate Productivity, correlates practices to the organization’s multi-year performance in profitability, revenue, customer satisfaction, and market share. Such research reveals what high-performance organizations do more often than low-performing organizations. It also identifies next practices—those correlated to positive market performance, but practiced by a relatively small number of top-performing organizations that other organizations should consider implementing.
In this presentation, Tom Stone, a senior research analyst at i4cp, will present key leadership-related findings across a half-dozen studies on collaboration, agility, global leadership, virtual leadership, and more.
Attendees will walk away with a robust list of practices and behaviors that should be included in modern leadership development programs.