Develop leaders for the future

Leadership is recognized as a challenge best met by a cadre of talent; no heroes needed. Those at the top clearly understand that one of their major roles is to identify, assemble, and prepare talent to lead their organizations into the future.

That future is not for the timid. Firms today face unrelenting challenges: rapid change, escalating globalization, increasing competition, demands for accountability, and universal competition for talent, to name a few. Complicating the picture is a future that will likely offer fewer candidates ready to take on these challenges, leaving HR struggling to prepare tomorrow's executive leadership teams.

i4cp's leadership tools

i4cp's experience and depth of knowledge on the subject of leadership and leadership development is vast. Through a combination of peer connections, research, tools, and technology, members use i4cp's information to make actionable, informed decisions and develop successful leadership strategies.

The Leadership Development Knowledge Center contains:

  • Leadership reports and primary research survey findings
  • Leadership Playbooks and executive summaries
  • Topical PowerPoint® graphics
  • Leadership research articles
  • A comprehensive database of third-party research
  • Online and offline Q&A with peers at other member companies

Learn how i4cp can help your company with its leadership challenges and initiatives. Contact us today.

Leadership Development Articles
Do Your Business Leaders Model Collaborative Behaviors?

Do Your Business Leaders Model Collaborative Behaviors?

Some variant of the following has undoubtedly been uttered in countless leadership meetings: “We need to be more collaborative to come up with...
How to Turn Your ERGs into Leadership Development Engines

How to Turn Your ERGs into Leadership Development Engines

Despite spending billions of dollars on leadership development in the U.S. alone each year, few organizations believe they are effectively meeting...
Don’t Ban Remote Workers. Develop Leaders Who Can Empower Them.

Don’t Ban Remote Workers. Develop Leaders Who Can Empower Them.

In a move that IBM says will “improve collaboration and accelerate the pace of work,” remote workers at Big Blue have been given the ultimatum, the...
Your Leadership Development Program Probably Sucks (but it Doesn’t Have To)

Your Leadership Development Program Probably Sucks (but it Doesn’t Have To)

Let’s rip the bandage off: the clear majority of leadership development efforts are an abject failure. Since 1986, in one form or another,...
Three Ways HR Can Offset the Year of Unpredictability

Three Ways HR Can Offset the Year of Unpredictability

The first several months of 2017 can be summed up in one word: Unpredictable. We’re seeing organizations respond by emphasizing alignment and...