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    Webinar | Martin Lanik Presents How to Turn Development into a Continuous Process

    Date: May 17, 2017, 11:00am – 12:00pm

    Via WebEx (link provided after registration is completed)
    $Free for NCHRA Members; $5 for non-NCHRA members
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    ***Deadline to Register is by Noon, Friday May 12, 2017***

    All too often, leadership development is a “once-and-done” activity – attend the training or workshop, check the box, and get back to your job. Sound familiar? Despite being a widely popular approach, it is not an approach that delivers results. Research suggests only 1 out of 4 senior managers (25%) report training and development as critical for business success! Clearly, the once-and-done approach does not make the impact we hope for. Rather than the last step being “get back to your job,” development should always happen on-the-job and should always be a continuous process of growth. With surprisingly simple tactics, leaders and organizations can turn development into a continuous process with as little as 5 minutes a day. In this 45-minute webinar (+15 min for Q&A), we will discuss current state of leadership development practices, why current practices are not effective and how to fix it, the 5-minute a day formula to build leader habits.


    Martin's curiosity and breadth of talent-management experience led him to believe there must be a more accurate and engaging solution to assess Millennials’ readiness to lead based on objective data. He's found the solution using big data, live role players, and proprietary algorithms. Recognized as a global leader in simulation assessment technology, Martin has connected with the world's best experts to bring his vision to life. As the CEO of Pinsight, Martin pushes his global team to constantly innovate and create higher value to Pinsight’s clients. He has been invited to speak at conferences around the world on topics related to talent assessment and development. Martin's an industrial/organizational psychologist. He earned a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University. In the past 13 years, he's consulted for organizations in most industries and spanning most continents.