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Millennials: The Realities of Next Gen Leadership
Based on research by DDI, The Conference Board, and RW2 Enterprises, this virtual keynote—perfect for Millennial leaders and anyone with a stake in their future success—explores important questions as this unique generation becomes leaders.
[Virtual Keynote]
 
Why You Are Allergic to Risk When It Comes to Leadership Growth
Learn how you can ensure that each of your investments in leadership development have significant positive impact on the supply of ready leaders in your organization and how deploy programs and processes that will be sustained over time.
[Recorded Webinar]
Are We Underselling the Promise of Women in STEM Leadership Roles?
Within a field that advances so quickly, why is it that progress for women in STEM is so abysmal and how can that be changed? Stephanie Neal and Audrey Smith explore the options in this think piece from DDI’s Challenging Thinking series.
[Read the report]
10 Proven Practices to Kickstart Your Development Program
Drawing on 40+ years of research on the impact of the Interaction Management® leadership development system, this guidebook offers ideas for your best-in-class leadership development program.
[Guidebook]
Reduce Variance and Accelerate Leaders in the Manufacturing 4.0 Era
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to move the needle on leadership, reduce the variance in leader quality, and close the gap in the skills needed for the Manufacturing 4.0 Era.
[Recorded Webinar]
15 Metrics that Matter About your Frontline
We've curated data from various sources on the state of frontline leaders. Find out who they are today and what will be required of them in the future, their strengths and gaps, and how they impact your organization.
[Guidebook]

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