Frontline Leadership

Friday, April 18, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sarah Matney, Senior Curriculum Designer and Consultant, Ingersoll Rand and ---anonymized--- ---anonymized---, ---anonymized---, ---anonymized---

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This webcast is based on the ASTD research report, Frontline Leadership: Developing Tomorrow's Executives. The purpose of this report is to gain insight on training and development practices that are aimed at frontline leaders so that professionals can change and improve their processes in assisting frontline leaders to be successful in their new role. This study, produced in collaboration with the ASTD Forum, is based on the analysis of 513 learning professionals from various sectors and organizational cultures. One-third of these respondents replied that their organization has a formal development process for frontline leaders, claiming that peer mentoring/coaching, self-directed learning, and behavior modeling were the most popular methods used in frontline leader development.

Presented by Sarah Matney, senior curriculum designer and consultant at Ingersoll Rand University, this webcast will review the results of the report. Sarah will also discuss Ingersoll Rand's journey in creating their frontline leadership development program, which has trained over 1,850 leaders across the globe and in a myriad of industries.


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Sarah Matney
Sarah Matney

Senior Curriculum Designer and Consultant, Ingersoll Rand

Sarah Matney is a senior curriculum designer and consultant with Ingersoll Rand University, located in Davidson, North Carolina, at Ingersoll Rand's corporate headquarters. She has been with Ingersoll Rand for over eight years in learning and development. Sarah's main focus with Ingersoll Rand University is leadership development. Her responsibilities include the design, development, and global deployment of leadership cirriculum, focusing on frontline and mid-level managers. Her content areas of expertise include employee engagement, frontline supervisory skills, behavioral interviewing, coaching, communications, and change management. Sarah also has a background in marketing and advertising.

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Christina Mandzuk is the research analyst for ASTD research services and served as an editor for this report. Christina can be contacted at cmandzuk@astd.org.