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With more millennials taking on leadership roles, it’s essential for organizations to consider how to best develop these new leaders. Every year, organizations spend over $24 billion on leadership development. Yet studies show that leadership is a skill best developed through experience. Leaders who “are in learning mode develop stronger leadership skills than their peers,” as do leaders who exhibit a growth mindset, set learning goals for themselves, experiment with strategies, and self-reflect on their results – all part of the experiential learning cycle. Organizations can help support leaders on their learning journeys by focusing more on potential for improvement, which will in turn foster healthy internal growth.
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