Leadership indicators amidst ambiguity.
By EDGP In coaching, dr. randall p. white, dr. sandra l. shullman, george sweazey, . . . On February 26, 2009
We’re crossing the globe—in the last 30 days, India, England, South Africa, France…Upstate New York, Ohio and Texas—and can attest, there is a world-wide glut of talent.
One client tells us there has never had so much good talent to recruit from. The short list of candidates for top management positions looks like a C-level all-star team. Clients who have been searching for months for high level specialists are suddenly discovering ideal candidates eager to move almost anywhere.
On the other side of the desk, organizations are struggling to retain their top talent through bonuses and incentives.
And it’s one of those ambiguity leadership moments…no one has ever been in this position before, so the entire script of talent development is being written right now.
Training-wise, open enrollment executive education is moribund. And it may never return. At least, not as we knew it. Remember, if we can be without you for a week, we can be without you!