CNBC Africa reports on the leadership development survey conducted by Borderless, which found that 44 per cent of executives characterize leadership development in their organization as poor, and more than half as ineffective.
CNBC Africa spoke to Niels -Peter Van Doorn, Head of leadership consulting at Borderless Research to explore ways organisations can develop leaders.
To drive greater internal employee mobility, companies may need to address talent “hoarding,” according to the report, if managers attempt to retain their best people. Leaders may need to consider incentives to encourage internal hiring and cooperation across the organization.
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Each week, the number of organizations announcing their return to the office grows. Zoom, the company whose technology helped drive the remote work movement during the pandemic, recently announced its employees would need to work in the office at least twice a week.