Article Published in Chief Executive Magazine 11/7/16: http://chiefexecutive.net/last-call-4-lessons-to-learn-from-trumps-and-clintons-blunders/
The presidential race ends on Tuesday, but there is a lot CEOs can learn from the actions that have captivated us all year long.
Article I published in Chief Learning Officer Magazine 7/15/16: http://www.clomedia.com/2016/07/14/use-simulations-to-develop-millennials-leaders/
Simulations offer a competitive, technology-based development option learning leaders can use to promote risk-free knowledge transfer between baby boomers and millennials.
Article I published on Recruiter.com 3/15/16: https://www.recruiter.com/i/create-training-programs-that-your-ceo-will-love/
In general, most CEOs want training to influence one of three outcomes: increased revenue, decreased costs, or both. Most training managers think more along the lines of knowledge development: They want people to learn a skill in order to do their job better.
As 2016 comes to a close, it's important to reflect on what happened, but more importantly, what is to come. One thing that is certain to come: Baby Boomer retirement. The stock market has swelled since the election. Much of the reasons is that with with a Republican led government, it is assumed that the administration will be pro business. Who knows if this is what will actually happened, but if history repeats itself, it's a fairly safe bet.
This will cause Baby Boomer exit acceleration. When the market does well, people feel more confident retiring. This is going to place an even greater emphasis on the importance of effective leadership development. Let's be clear here: To become an effective manager, you have to be an effective leader.