Huh? Business and Ethics in the same breath? Surely you jest. Just look at the current crop of political candidates and you must be dreaming to think that business and ethics are even part of the same conversation.
In a marketplace with rapidly changing business requirements, where quality, service and innovation have become mere “tickets to play,” and disruptive technology, global competitors, and the rate of change itself create powerful and conflicting pressures for business leaders, how are organizations addressing leadership development needs?
Leaders are made, which is why FlashPoint exists. National studies show that leadership development is a challenge for many businesses, which directly impacts the bottom line and prevents fully functioning teams, strong talent pipelines, and good days at work for all employees.
As business gets more complex (due to globalization, more diverse employees and customers, technological shifts, and other factors), confidence in leaders at all levels is declining. According to a survey that Bersin by Deloitte conducted:
If you are planning to be in Washington, D.C. for the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition (and really, why wouldn’t you?) please make plans to join us at the Marriott Marquis on Sunday, @ 9:30 a.m. for the Volunteer Leader Briefing. You’ll hear from SHRM Vice President, Membership Elissa O’Brien, SHRM-SCP and a host of other SHRM staff leaders in key areas around the organization.