Looking to Maximize the Return on Leadership Development?
While the need to invest in leadership development is clear, the return is not.
However, new approaches (such as the pitstop) can better link business performance to leadership development.
How to Link Leadership Development to Performance?
Surveys show that most leaders (up to 90%) question the business impact of their leadership development initiatives (1). However, research also highlights the solution to this challenge (2). The pitstop approach integrates the lessons learned:
Ready for the Future of Leadership Development?
Are you ready for the future of leadership development – where your business priorities, projects and teams are the course content, the learning modules and even the case studies.
The pitstop approach complements the traditional leadership development initiatives, filling a gap that often leads to disappointment regarding the business impact of past investments.
What Makes the Pitstop Approach Special?
Here is how pitstops link leadership development to performance:
The New Course Outline Is:
Your Business Needs
The New Course Content Is
Projects & Teams
Theories Are Replaced By:
The New Learning Goals Are:
Your KPIs &
1. Survey after survey casts doubt on the return from leadership development initiatives. Here are two examples.
- Only 25% of leaders believe in the value of their leadership development initiatives – ‘Companies Have Been Neglecting Their Leadership, And It Shows' by Josh Bersin · Published November 1, 2023.
- Only 10% of leaders believe in the business impact of their leadership development initiatives: WHAT’S MISSING IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT?, <u>McKinsey Quarterly</u> 2017.
2. Why leadership-development programs fail, McKinsey Quarterly, January 1, 2014.