Leadership training is a hot topic. It’s said that it should be “continuous”, “adaptive”, “social”, and “leverage technology.” These buzzwords hold many contradictions, however: Can learning be online and social? Personalized and inclusive?
To resolve these contradictions, we need to reveal the core. It’s is not just about skill, it’s about people: It’s about developing relationships, emotional intelligence, and managing diversity. This is precisely why the classroom, which is inherently social, remains such an essential part of leadership development – it provides the environment and learning opportunity developing leaders need for success.
Read the article Leadership Training: The Case for Face-to-Face, originally posted on HR.com, and we’ll debunk some of the common leadership training myths, understanding where technology fits in this human-centric model.