Leadership Training: Learning the Whole System (Video Blog)
Date: August 16th, 2011
Often organizations seek to train their employees in one specific leadership skill, such as listening or conflict resolution. When learning the Gordon Model for leadership training (L.E.T.), participants learn an entire system so they know what skill to use when and why. It is tempting to shorten or chop up leadership training by teaching skills in separate learning modules sure, but it’s important that all components be taught together so foundation skills are learned, built upon and then practiced…and practiced—that’s what makes leadership training effective and impactful.
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