Do Companies Wait too Long to Train Their Leaders?

An interesting Harvard Business Review article found that on average, managers got their first leadership training a decade after they began supervising people. Not surprisingly, they found this unfortunate practice often leads to poor performance. Click here to learn more.

Laura Soscia

About Laura Soscia

Laura Soscia is a nationally recognized expert in leadership development and co-founder of ALG, the Accelerated Leadership Group. Her complete bio is here

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