Consider this: before becoming one of history’s greatest tennis players, Bjorn Borg used to practice hitting against the wall of his apartment complex garage. He was “workshopping” his strokes. If Borg needed this kind of practice and feedback to perfect his game, then why do we expect anything less to perfect ours?
We have in the past designed learning solutions assuming one workshop or webinar is all it will take to up our leadership game. The result? Unskilled leadership everywhere. The impact? Disengaged employees, distrust for authority, disharmony within teams, and the list goes on.
Let's be honest. We’re losing the game of leadership. Our 20th-century training ways are failing, because they do not integrate the disciplined approach that champions like Bjorn Borg have taken. It’s time for us, the developers of tomorrow's leaders, to make leadership development itself a high-performing act by embracing new training mindsets and behaviors for the 21st century.
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Learn the five drawbacks of traditional learning solutions
Examine why these 20th century solutions don’t work in the 21st century
Discover a sustainable, authentic and scalable behavior-change model that works