Human Capital Institute (HCI) & Vistage International Present New Research on Driving Performance with Collaborative Executive Development

The following news release by HCI and Vistage about Executive Development addresses our changing world:

“HCI and Vistage partnered to determine what differentiates organizations that excel at improving executive development and leadership.   A survey was developed and distributed to learn more and in addition, primary and secondary research methods were employed. Key takeaways from this webcast and research include discovering what types of development activities and methods are most effective for leaders and learning what differentiates organizations that excel at improving executive development and leadership.
As organizations have changed in the past decade, so too has the leadership environment. This research profiles the current state of executive development and the impact effective executive development has on an organization. Common barriers to effective implementation of executive development are provided in the findings as well. Among the data gleaned is that fewer than half of organizations are satisfied with their current executive performance, prompting a reassessment of executive development programs and platforms.”

You can view and download the white paper titled
Driving Performance and Business Results with Collaborative Executive Developmentby clicking on the title.

About budjohnson

Mr. Johnson is a Vistage Chair in the Houston Metropolitan area for CE Group 3502, and HR Key Group 9139. In addition Mr. Johnson is the Co-Founder of the Accelerated Professional's program designed to help young professionals become "Business Savvy.....Presentation Capable. Mr. Johnson also works with private equity investors to evaluate corporate opportunities.
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