This article, written by Robert Walters Group Talent Manager, Neha Rohatgi, is for Business Leaders and Talent Development Partners, to help them think about how they can work with each other to set the right tone for leadership development programmes.
Considering our current working environment, with increased virtual meetings, it is more imperative than ever that leaders take the opportunity to connect with their people and share their key messages to define the culture they want to create in their organisation. They also need to make sure their people take equal accountability for their own and their team’s development.
Senior leaders are often told that they must show up at the start of leadership development programmes to communicate their sponsorship and commitment towards employee development. However, showing up is not enough, what leaders communicate can make all the difference to the success of these programmes and the impact they can create.
At Robert Walters, we have facilitated many leadership development programs, team off-sites and group coaching sessions. Over the years, we have learnt what makes these programmes successful from the outset and how business leaders need to set the right tone from the very beginning.
So, this is our recipe for success:
Neha is a Talent Development Manager at Robert Walters Group. She has 16 years of experience in leadership development, assessment, and executive coaching. She is passionate about making a difference to how organisations grow leaders and drive better outcomes.
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