Infographic: Why You Should Use ERG/BRGs to Develop Leaders
When developing your future leaders, don't overlook employee resource groups (ERGs) as both a source of talent and opportunity for learning. In fact, high-performance organizations are 2.5x more likely to describe their ERGs as experiential career advancement and leadership/executive training platforms.
Eric received his master’s degree in journalism and mass communication from Marshall University in 1996. He has had 20+ years of workforce experience in a variety of fields. Before coming to i4cp, he worked as a laboratory technician for DuPont, a conference planner for Marshall University, the public relations manager for the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Technical Manufacturing, and a graphic designer for COX Communications.