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Managerial Fitness: Making First-Level Leaders Great

Written by Forum Corporation and posted by John Duncan on March 31st, 2016.      10 comments

Managerial Training

First Level Leaders Need To Be Fit for Purpose

So what does it mean to ‘Be Fit for Purpose?  From our perspective "Fit” means having the flexibility, strength, and stamina needed to meet challenges. To meet the shifting challenges in today’s organisations, first-level leaders need what we can call managerial fitness. Our recent research outlines the critical dimensions of managerial fitness that are required for success in the evolving work environments in which today’s first-level leaders perform.

Sections of interest:

  • First-Level Leaders Fitness
  • Recent Trends In Leader Development
  • Strategic Priorities
  • Leadership Priorities
  • Top Coaching Skill Requirements

If you have any comments or suggestions relating to this article please feel free to let us know.

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7 Leadership Development Trends

Written by Forum Corporation and posted by John Duncan on February 23rd, 2016.      8 comments

7 Leadership Devel Trends POV Cover

If you are considering building leadership capability, I'd recommend your approach considers how you intend to achieve your business strategies through the development and growth of your front-line leaders.  In this blog post I identify the 7 Leadership Development Trends and what you could do (including critical practices) to assist your leaders to effectively deliver consistent growth now...and in the future.


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