Moving up a level in an organization can be a major milestone in a leader’s career; it can also come with significant pressure to succeed. For individuals who have performed well throughout their career, they may take on their new role with confidence – only to find themselves floundering in the new position. Why aren’t the behaviors that were so successful in the past working now?
Research shows that the behavior patterns associated with success change at ever level of leadership. Not only that, the degree of change increases as leaders rise through the ranks – meaning that to succeed in more senior roles, leaders need to be ready to make significant shifts to the way they lead.Learn More & Register