Middle Managers' Development
Engagement levels among middle managers is at an all-time low with 55% either passively or actively disengaged
Because they have moved beyond foundational skill development, mid-level leaders require learning that focuses less on absorbing content and more on gaining insights into new ways to confront work challenges
Mid-level leaders come to a training armed with experience and valuable perspectives gathered from across the organisation. The opportunity to share these experiences with peers provides a rare opportunity to share tacit knowledge of the organisation, and enrich the development experience.
Mid-level leaders want immediate results; they want to test and develop their new knowledge while they are still in the classroom. To accomplish this, participants should be asked to work on actual job challenges.
Executing work priorities
Making tough decisions
Networking/partnering w/ others