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Underinvesting in Your First-Time Leaders Will Cost You: Develop Their Skills and Improve Business Results

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Paula King, Strategy and Leadership Development Consultant, Capella University

Skill development doesn’t happen by accident, but targeted, competency-based leadership skill development pays off.

This webcast will provide the business case for investing in first-time managers, who, when well prepared, can help you drive meaningful results, improve performance on key metrics, and aid in the retention of your people assets. You’ll learn how to empower new leaders with knowledge, skills, and experiences that add value and confidence to their daily work.

You will also learn:

  • why the things frontline managers pay attention can help or hurt business performance
  • why investing in emerging leaders and frontline supervisors pays off, and several practices to make the development “stick”
  • the benefits of virtual development and just-in-time learning.

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Presenter

Paula King
Paula King

Strategy and Leadership Development Consultant, Capella University

Paula J. King served both as a successful corporate leader and founding dean of the School of Business and Leadership at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has extensive experience developing people, leading strategy, creating innovative leadership development programs, and administering new academic programs in universities.

Paula has deep knowledge and wisdom about what it takes to succeed in today’s organizations, and has developed emerging leaders for more than 20 years in the corporate, nonprofit, and higher education sectors. She is a connector and relationship builder, and has been recognized for her creativity, innovation, and partnership skills.


Sponsors

  • Capella

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