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Research shows that managers see far more leadership potential in their employees when their companies adopt a growth mindset — the belief that talent should be developed in everyone, not viewed as a fixed, innate gift that some have and others don’t. But what are those organizations doing to nurture their talent?
Too many business leaders today are out of touch with the employees they lead. Edelman estimates that one in three employees doesn’t trust their employer — despite the fact that billions are spent every year on leadership development.
Coaching at Scale Situational Workshops (SWs) are Next Jump’s program for coaching at scale. They enable us to develop leaders at all levels in our organization – from our senior strategy group, to the newest hire out of college. Coaching traditionally looks like this: Focused only on top 5% – “high potentials” and “elite performers” Occurs as […]
As an organization focused on development, we’ve found feedback to be the most critical part — the ability to build your culture and your environment so that feedback is occurring in real-time across the entire organization. Below we’ve published a list of the most commonly asked questions that we get on the subject. Starting with […]
“We talk at Next Jump about how creating a safe environment is a precursor to experimentation. If employees don’t feel safe, fear of failure can often be so great that no innovation or risk taking can happen.”
We have seen hundreds of organizations struggle to recognize their employees – they either are not running a program at all, or their current program is simply not working. Next Jump used to be in that boat; our program had 30% participation, was driven top-down, and reinforced the wrong behaviors.