Live Webinar 2:00 - 2:30 EDT (11:00 - 11:30 PDT)
For those who can’t attend our live session, we’ll provide a recording.
Many companies have a leadership pipeline gap that will need to be filled if they hope to keep up with the accelerating pace of disruptive technology.
Closing this gap will require quickly developing Millennial leaders who will fill senior executive positions in the coming decade. This requires a new approach to leadership development, one that is scalable and tailored to Millennials’ on-the-go learning style.
Fortunately, modern online learning experiences now make it possible to deliver online and hybrid programs that give learners greater flexibility and control, while also speeding up program deployment and lowering costs. By incorporating best practices in leadership development, modern online learning can provide Millennial-friendly experiences that are learner-directed, engaging, experiential, and immediately applicable on-the-job.
In this webinar, we will outline the trends impacting leadership development and share best practices we’ve gained from 60 years of combined experience. We will then give a live demonstration of the first corporate MOOC designed for leadership development that combines micro-learning, full-immersion team simulation, and social interaction across cohorts.
Tools like this, properly designed and delivered, promise to accelerate Millennial leadership development and help organizations get back in front of change.
- Welcome and Presenter Introductions
- Trends Changing Leadership Development
- Current Best Practices in Leadership Development
- Combining Best Practices with Modern Online Learning
- Demo: A Corporate MOOC for Next-Gen Leadership Development
Senior executives, business unit leaders, and talent development professionals.
- We will be using GoToWebinar.
- You can join our session by using a Mac, PC or a mobile device.
- We will also be recording this webinar.
Matt Mayberry, President, WholeWorks
Bruce Griffiths, President, Organization Systems International (OSI)