The Leadership 2012 study, focusing on trends and best practices for developing leadership talent. The study included 80 Global 2000 organizations, phone interviews and a survey of 225 data points on leadership and talent practices. Organizations involved in designing and completing the research included UBS, Wharton, Harvard Business School, Toyota, Honeywell, Google, and many others. The results from CorpU’s Leadership 2012 study revealed that current models for developing leaders seem to be falling short of delivering adequate leadership talent, which organizations desperately need to execute their business strategies.
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