It starts from the top: investing in leadership development
Why is developing leadership skills important?The workplace is a collaboration of all the different Thinking Styles™, and there’s no one size fits all approach when it comes to motivating and developing your leaders.Understanding both your leaders’ and employees’ thinking styles allows you to build inclusive leadership development programs. Programs like this are essential in improving your current manager’s leadership skills, but also helping to develop skills in prospective leaders too.With Whole Brain® Thinking and the HBDI® as the catalyst, employers and coaches can get to the heart of how to motivate, retain and build high-performing leaders.
Investing in leadership development can help you:
Boost employee job satisfaction
Attract in-demand talent
Improve employee retention
Our top leadership development ideas and resourcesMany businesses try to implement leadership development initiatives in their workplace. But without the right tools and support for these initiatives, they often end up lacking any real value.At Herrmann, we empower employees and HR professionals to use Whole Brain® Thinking to ensure a real and lasting impact when improving leadership development.Discover the following resources to improve leadership development in your workplace:
Inclusive Leadership Playbook
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