Leadership Development

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Leadership Development: Human Connection Through Technology

Organizations have historically been challenged to find a way to provide their managers with essential leadership skills in a way that is innovative, accessible, scalable, and relevant. With the...

Take It From the Top: Kimberly Currier

This video profile from ATD's Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Kimberly Currier, Senior Vice President, People Strategy at North Highland. Kimberly explains how the power of...

So You Think You Can Dance: Leading Is Not a Matter of Chance

The individuals who are leaders in their organizations are not always qualified to lead. They may be leading a group of people in a project without knowing how to establish a clear vision, provide...

Take It From the Top: Tim Tobin

This video profile from ATD's Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Tim Tobin, Vice President of Franchisee Onboarding and Learning at Choice Hotels. Tim explains his vision that...

TalentNext 2018: Panel on Creating Leadership Development Opportunities for Women

Moderated by management guru, Katy Tynan, Emily Chang, Mia Mulrennan, and Wendy Walsh discuss why women trying to advance their careers can face numerous obstacles, from pay disparities to a lack of...

Take It From the Top: Eivind Slaaen

This video profile from ATD's Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Eivind Slaaen, Head of People and Culture Development at Hilti Corporation. Eivind shares his belief in human...


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Topics in Leadership Development
  • The capability of individuals to recognize their own, and other people's, emotions and use this information to guide thinking and behavior.
  • Activities aimed at developing the skills and competencies of those who have or will have executive positions in an organization.
  • The idea or process of creating a new product, model, idea, or method.
  • Using talented organizational leaders to train others within the organization to reach their full potential.
  • A relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person.
  • An organizational management activity used to set priorities, focus resources, and ensure stakeholders are working toward common goals.
  • The process of identifying and developing new leaders who can replace older leaders when they leave.
  • Activities used to enhance social relations and define roles within teams, often involving collaborative tasks.
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