ICC Seeking Participants for Beta Study of Highly-Anticipated Next-Gen Development Program for Emerging Leaders
ICC’s new Accelerator Program™ is a performance-driven and technology-reinforced development program specifically supporting emerging leaders. The driving force behind the program: leadership skill development that compels sustainable, positive, behavior change building participants’ capabilities to increase company success. If accepted in the pilot program, participants will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in all components of two complimentary courses over a period of six weeks.
“As we begin our pilot program, we will be focused on emerging leaders with at least one direct report. Our goal is to measure ROI across various company sizes and industries. We are confident this is the future of training, learning and development and are focused on creating measurable change and ROI for our clients,” adds Susan Ruhl, ICC’s President and CFO.
The pilot program is expertly designed with the modern learner in mind. The reinforced, micro-learning approach to development allows employees to spend minimal time off the job while maximizing knowledge retention, skill development and application, behavior change and better organization outcomes.
For more information about ICC’s services in talent management and organizational effectiveness as well as our compassionate outplacement services, please visit: innovateicc.com.
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