• Barnett Waddingham
    Barnett Waddingham
  • Discovering leadership effectiveness

    By LearningCog

    Almost 90% of business leaders say that leadership is their main organisational issue, but less than 10% feel they’re ready to address the leadership capability gap.

    For the first time ever, we are working in a five-generation environment. Retirement plans have been extended and we increasingly find ourselves working alongside colleagues born across multiple decades and multiple generations. There is an increased responsibility on Leaders. There are unique challenges in attracting, retaining, and truly understanding talent in the workplace.

    Highly self-aware leaders are seen as more effective than those who have lower self-awareness. That’s why our leadership programmes start with self-understanding.

    There’s a lot of responsibility on each leader’s shoulders. They’re expected to generate sustained, excellent results, all while building a credible vision, infusing that throughout their teams, getting everyone on the same page, nurturing talent, unifying remote teams, communicating in a way that works for everyone – well, the list is almost endless.

    By tackling self-awareness first, we help leaders to see themselves more clearly – where they’re excelling, where they’re sinking and where they’re just treading water.

    Once self-understanding is embedded, we help leaders improve their understanding of others – those they lead, their peers and their own managers, too.

    LearningCog leadership programmes Discovering Leadership Effectiveness uses Insights Discovery psychometrics. We deliver full Leadership programmes or can weave into your existing learning and development framework.



    Stuart O'Brien

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