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The Do’s and Don’ts of Leadership Development: Global Survey Insights

42% of emerging leaders report they had inadequate or ineffective professional development prior to their first leadership role.

In today’s landscape of multigenerational workforces, virtual offices, and ever-evolving skills gaps — is your training doing enough to prepare your future leaders? 

Join Dan Rust, Vice President of Global Leadership and Organizational Development at Infopro Learning and Matt Bradley, Senior Learning and Development Advisor at OpenSesame for a thought provoking discussion on the importance of providing comprehensive leadership development training and what current programs may be lacking. 

This webinar will share data collected from five years of global surveys across nearly nine thousand emerging leaders and their direct reports—to give you valuable insights into the training you need and what most leadership development programs are missing.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to identify current leadership skill gaps 

  • Common training pitfalls to avoid 

  • What you need to equip emerging leaders with the necessary skills, knowledge, and support to thrive, drive organizational success and employee satisfaction

  • Strategies to get the most out of your training program 

About the Speakers: 

Dan Rust

Dan Rust is the Head of Infopro Learning’s Leadership & Organizational Development practice. He has more than 30 years of experience helping organizational leaders navigate what is often the truest test of their leadership capabilities: leading others through the most challenging and uncertain times. Dan is the bestselling author of Workplace Poker (published by HarperCollins) and writes regularly for several publications on the topics of leadership and employee engagement.

Matt Bradley

Matt Bradley serves as Senior Learning and Development Advisor at OpenSesame. Matt has been coaching and advising on talent development for a decade, with a background in adult education, behavioral psychology, and applied learning. He works with OpenSesame customers to increase the value of their learning programs by identifying in-demand skills and leading global teams to sustainable L&D outcomes. He also works with internal teams to help ensure the organization is readily prepared and up-to-date on trends within the eLearning industry.