• Apr 28 2022

Leadership Development in the New Learning Economy

In today’s Learning Economy, staying ahead of the pace of change requires agility and adaptability – and developing  leaders to build strong and successful teams can accelerate progress for all.

Learning isn’t “something else to do.” Learning can help you fill gaps and reduce stress – critical to enabling leaders to achieve their full potential.

At the GDS HR Digital Summit earlier this month, Stephen Bailey, ExecOnline CEO and co-founder, shared his thoughts on how learning provides a competitive advantage for businesses as well as the leaders within them. 

Watch the session:


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