Why the leadership industry has failed


“According to a report by Deloitte, organizations around the globe invest approximately $46 billion annually on leadership development programs.

Many of these leadership-development efforts, however, have failed to improve the state of leadership and have shown very few tangible results.

In a scathing indictment of the leadership industry, Harvard lecturer and founder of the Center for Public Leadership Barbara Kellerman wrote that the leadership industry:

“has failed over its roughly forty-year history to in any major, meaningful, measurable way improve the human condition.”

Why is this?

It comes down to too much focus on just trying to improve processes and objectives without improving the self-awareness of the leader to see better possibilities.

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Looking forward to having you to part of the program!

Working with Universities, Industry, and Students together we invest funding and resources in industry sectors that are key to America’s economic growth. The Kolena Group explores the equitable and meaningful work-based learning activities embedded in a students Orchastrated Career Transformation. This alignment ensures students graduate college and career ready to become entrepreneurs or business operators since they are so critical to the economic development as contributors to innovation and new job growth. The integrated programs of study below connect the dots between what students are learning and how they will use those skills in a future career.

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