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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Training and Development

Employee Development: Resources for Leadership Development

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Pages/Slides: 17


Published: Pre-2013


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Study Overview


Human resource executives acquire best possible talent for the organization. Beyond this they also have to concentrate efforts on retaining outstanding employees and improving or removing non-performers. Training and developing human capital as per the requirement of present and future is vital for improving output quality. Employee development programs have two basic goals-

  1. Develop skill sets for performance enhancement, which will optimize the output of the company.
  2. Create value for the employee and motivate him to improve.

Study Objective

This research was conducted with an aim to share best practices followed the benchmark class for identifying key performers and developmental tools. Organizations will find it helpful to recognize corporate leadership skill areas to define development path for high potentials


Sample Key topics
  • Corporate leadership skill areas to define development
  • Implementation of executive education programs and development tools that are designed to support development expectations
  • Designing an Integrated Educational Curriculum
  • Application of cross-functional movement through job experiences

Sample Key Findings
  • Outline corporate strategy for achieving development goals to ensure that employees take advantage of corporate resources.
  • Tailor development opportunities for senior management to increase networking and critical thinking skills.
  • Monitor internal job opportunities to fulfill leadership development needs.

Industries Profiled:
Internet; Media; Newspapers; Technology; Telecommunications; Computer Hardware; Consumer Products; Energy; Chemical; Pharmaceutical; Manufacturing; Financial Services; Computers; High Tech; Electronics; Insurance; Professional Services; Defense; Health Care; Automobile


Companies Profiled:
Ames Rubber; The McClatchy company; Alcatel-Lucent; Apple Computer; AT&T CCS; Benchmark Partners; Black & Decker; Chevron; BP Amoco; Clorox; Dow Chemical; Eli Lilly; General Electric; GE Capital; GlaxoSmithKline; Hewlett-Packard; Intel; John Hancock; KPMG Peat Marwick; Levi-Strauss; Lockheed Martin; Los Angeles Times; Merck; Motorola; Novartis; PacTel; Raychem Corp.; Saturn; Verizon; SBC Communications


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