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Karen O’ Leonard, Laci (Barb) Loew
This report offers comprehensive benchmarking data on leadership development spending, staffing, resource allocations and design of signature solutions. Data is broken out by company size and maturity level for four leader levels - senior-level, midlevel, first-level and high potentials.
Bersin & Associates Leadership
Development Factbook 2012: Benchmarks and Trends in U.S. Leadership Developmentshares insights and
benchmarks to help organizations make the best investments for leadership
development programs – today and tomorrow. The report provides unique metrics on leadership development spending, resource allocations
and delivery methods.
The study includes data from nearly
400 executives and professionals within a range of company sizes and
industries. The Leadership
Development Factbook® 2012
is a must-have for Human Resources and Talent Management executives and
professionals looking to benchmark their organizations against key efficiency
metrics. The report delivers in-depth analysis, using examples and cases-in-point
from our interviews.
report contains a wealth of data from which executives and managers can
benchmark their organizations. The benchmarking
metrics are broken down by company size, leader level, and for the first time
ever, maturity level of an organization’s leadership development
initiatives. Metrics include:
per participant at each leader level
Readers will find best practice case studies
and examples from companies of different sizes, industries, and levels of
maturity, such as Mars, Merck, PNC
Financial, Marriott, Dow Chemical, and Illumina. The Leadership Development Factbook
2012 is extremely valuable for directing critical decisions and
justifying upcoming investments. You’ll find all the vital data needed to
benchmark and identify your own organization’s potential strengths and