Why Leadership Training Fails

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The most absurd aspect of leadership training is the belief that “principles” established in predictable (http://bit.ly/Jein9U) times can work in an age of omnipresent uncertainty and complexity. They are myths orchestrated by pseudo leaders, managers, academicians and consultants afraid to think originally and are still waiting for calmer times to prevail. Now, the great leaders i.e. Jack Welch and Steve Jobs relished unpredictability. Welcome to the new normal. ‪#‎shrm‬ ‪#‎economicdevelopment‬ ‪#‎leadership‬

Jim Woods helps companies improve their performance, productivity, and bottom-line results. He has enabled leaders for more than 25 years turn their organizations around with his cutting edge approaches.  To hire Jim visit his website here

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Jim Woods is president of The Jim Woods Group. A management consulting firm. Go here to see his work www.jimwoodsgroup.com. He advises and speaks to organizations large and small on how to increase top line growth in times of uncertainty and complexity. Some of his speaking and consulting clients include: U.S. Army, MITRE Corporation, Pitney Bowes, Whirlpool, and 3M. See more at his website www.jimwoodsgroup.com.

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