Organizations invest millions of dollars to provide skills training and development to help their people reach their full potential. But the world’s best training won’t make a difference if there isn’t a process in place to create sustainable results. Studies with dubious numbers won’t impress skeptical executives, but hard evidence and data that show participants who use their skills to make positive contributions to the business become champions of the value of leadership development.
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