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Leadership is unlocking people’s potential to become better – Bill Bradley

In a column for the Harvard Business Review Blog Network, (http://bit.ly/UDGyUE) Jack Zenger unveiled a startling and troubling fact; we wait too long to train leaders. Citing research from his consulting agency he revealed that in their database of some 17,000 worldwide leaders participating in their training programs, the average age for first time leadership training was 42. More than half were between 36 and 49. Less than 10% were under 30; less than 5% were under 27.

The results also pointed to another disturbing fact; the average age of supervisors in those firms was 33. The typical individual in those companies became a supervisor around age 30 and remained in the role for nine years. The result? Most of these individuals are not getting any leadership training at all as supervisors. They are operating the company…

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