In order to understand the interactive effects of direction and support on employee outcomes in a more rigorous way, the researchers at The Ken Blanchard Companies designed a study to investigate the effectiveness of the four leadership styles found in the SLII model, and desirable organizational outcomes like performance, trust, job satisfaction, and talent retention.
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The results of our latest poll of leadership, learning, and talent development professionals shows how much post-pandemic work policies are evolving.
The cost of a struggling salesperson to a company are steep, but the benefits soar when using the right leadership style.
Master the mindset and skillset to achieve goals and accelerate time to performance.
Remaining candid and curious under pressure.
Research shows 75 percent of teams are dysfunctional because the organization lacks a systematic approach for supporting them.
A Sound Investment
The research shows that anything leaders do in a face-to-face environment, they need to do more of—and better—in a virtual environment.
Mastering the art of leading change doesn’t need to be mysterious or complicated. But acknowledging that people go through predictable and sequential stages of concern can help your organization.
What you need to ask and know about online learning. More than eighty percent of organizations use elearning to deliver training content.
Poor customer service has a direct impact on the bottom line.
Managers must be Able, Believable, Connected, and Dependable
Explores how a lack of self leadership can derail your organization's success. Create a workforce of proactive self leaders.
A recent study by The Ken Blanchard Companies revealed that only 15% of new managers received any training prior to switching into the role of manager.