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107 The Leader’s Guide to Developing People
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Wednesday, March 16
Effectively developing people requires a variety of tactics and skills. Many managers rely heavily on formal development programs, lacking an in-depth understanding of the ways they themselves can play a critical role.
This interactive session explores a framework describing six modes of engagement and the management actions and behaviors that comprise them. Managers should clarify, coach, challenge, connect, curate, and customize. Using research on cultivating learning culture, scaffolding self-directed learning, and coaching, we will dig into the ways that effective managers ensure that employees continuously strengthen their skillsets and build capabilities needed for the future. The framework can help you encourage effective manager-led development activities; it may also be a useful guide for developmental interactions with direct reports.
In this session, you will learn:
- A research-based framework for manager-led development
- Six critical modes of engagement, along with associated actions, that managers can use to develop employees
- The characteristics and skills of an exemplary developmental manager
Learning Strategy Consultant/Founder
Learning 4 Learning Professionals
Catherine Lombardozzi is a lifelong learning and development practitioner and founder of Learning 4 Learning Professionals. Her work focuses on supporting the professional development of designers, facilitators, faculty, consultants, and learning leaders through coaching, consulting, workshops, and development programs. As an active workplace learning professional with nearly 35 years' experience, Catherine often contributes to professional conferences and journals, and she teaches graduate-level courses in adult learning, instructional design, e-collaboration and consulting. She is author of Learning Environments by Design (2015). Catherine holds a doctoral degree in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University.