LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS UPDATE

At the January meeting of the i4cp Executive Development Exchange we heard some initial findings from i4cp’s Leadership Redefined study. Jay Jamrog shared with us the 14 leadership behaviors (out of 69) that were most often cited by nearly 700 survey respondents as having become more or much more important in 2020.

But which of the 69 leadership behaviors correlated the most with positive impacts at organizations? From an improved culture, increased employee engagement, strengthened purpose/mission, and more, additional analysis of the data has found certain leadership behaviors that correlate with each of these results in 2020. What does that mean for these leadership behaviors in 2021 and what can you do to further enable these important behaviors? At our April meeting we had a conversation on these and related questions with the study leads, i4cp Senior Research Analysts Tom Stone and Kari Naimon.


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