Are you in a progressive organisation that is up for being challenged around how you conduct leadership or management development programmes (L/MDPs)?
Up until now the traditional or conventional L/MDP has been structured like this:
Is that how you’ve done it up ‘til now?
In the HBR article ‘Why Leadership Training Fails-And What To Do About It’ by Beer, Finnstrom and Schrader (Oct 2016) it seems that “…for many organizations, measurement starts and ends with the post-course evaluations.”
All of this takes a lot of resource: trainers, coaches, venues, travel, materials, time off the job, opportunity cost, etc. In short...
And yet if you try to find published evidence of return on expectations of such programmes, let alone return on investment, the data is scant to say the least. Add to this the fact that pretty much zero physical classroom-training has been taking place for nearly a year thanks to the pandemic (and is likely to remain that way for some time) and you have to wonder if it’s now time to look at something different.
Ask yourself: are you the kind of person who is open to a brand-new alternative approach that takes less time, saves a considerable amount of money and yet is already supported by hard evidence of at least a 400% ROI?
If so, you owe it to yourself as well as your organisation to spend a few mins checking this out. Everything you see below is delivered virtually, via Zoom.
The above implementation plan can be supplemented by 3-way meetings that include the participant’s line manager and a formal coaching objectives engagement brief, which is drawn up after the first 3-way meeting. This is how we can measure ROE/ROI at the end of the programme. Where applicable, an optional end of project debrief including all the coaches involved will give you our take on where your culture is supporting your leaders & managers and where it is holding them back.
You are right if you think that some of the benefits of traditional L/MDPs might be potentially lost, for example there was always a cross-fertilisation advantage to the organisation by bringing leaders/managers from different functions together in the classroom, but this can be augmented in the (predominantly 1:1) click-360Plus programme by virtual action-learning sets. If you are insistent on there being a qualification/accreditation attached to each individual’s completion of the programme, then we would work with ILM/CMI to make this happen.
The cost per participant varies depending on the options taken up and the numbers involved in the click-360Plus L/MDP but runs from £2,900* for 1 down to £2,262* if 30 are enrolled in the programme at the same time.
* Prices exclude VAT, which is charged at the ruling rate
For more details please contact:
Colin Newbold +44 (0)203 988 6666 firstname.lastname@example.org
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