Information is power. Keep up-to-date on the war for talent. Be prepared. Win.
April 25 @ 9.00 Los Angeles/12.00 New York/17.00 London
Are you wondering how to make a difference in your coachee? Does your coachee have the skills but still isn’t finding the results they need to produce? The difference between developing leadership skills and developing leadership habits is the key. Combining evidence from traditional leadership development and behavioral habit formation research provides some key tips to help your coachee see the results they’re working to acheive. Implementing a leadership habit development program with a focus on key insight, motivation, capabilities, real-world practice, and accountability can flip that switch for you (Hicks and Peterson, 2002). Today we’ll discuss how the habit formation literature can develop leadership skills and put them to use.
In this 45-minute webinar (+15 min for Q&A), we will discuss:
Recognized as a global leader in talent-management technology, Martin has connected with the world's leading experts to help organizations maximize the ROI of their talent-management programs. As the CEO of Pinsight™, Martin pushes his global team to constantly innovate and create higher value for clients looking to create effective leadership development and succession planning programs. He has been invited to speak at conferences around the world on topics related to talent assessment and development.
Martin's an industrial/organizational psychologist. He earned a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University. In the past 10 year, he's consulted for organizations in most industries and spanning most continents.
Bernie Voss, PhD
Bernie has worked with Pinsight for several years as a research consultant and leadership assessor, and he is currently a Talent Solutions Consultant at Pinsight. Bernie’s background is in I-O Psychology. His experiences developing leadership succession solutions have helped organizations overcome the challenges in the modern “war for talent”. He has also helped organizations develop, validate, and evaluate numerous assessment tools used for strategic talent management.
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