In the organisational context of today, where organisations must perform in continuously changing environments, the quality of leadership is a crucial success factor.
The organisation’s leadership development process (LD) supports the provision of qualified candidates for leadership roles at different levels of the organisation by:

  • Identifying & developing leadership talent,
  • Organising smooth and successful succession,
  • Build-up of executive experience by internal (and international) mobility of leaders.

A successful LD implementation strategy is based on the use of a coherent set of processes and instruments that address all dimensions of leadership: both the effectiveness of management teams, the quality of individual leaders, and that of the organisation’s leadership culture.
Without coherence of the different processes and applied tools, the LD effort will generally remain ineffective or even become counter-productive, whatever the time and money invested.