Infographic: How to Develop the Next Generation of Leaders

Organizations need to start developing leadership talent, especially given high turnover at the top.

By the FORUM Magazine editors

Silhouette of business leaders with a city in the background.

It’s only getting more important that associations start addressing — and developing — the next generation of leaders. After all, 60% of leaders say they feel “used up” at the end of each day. Forty-four percent of those leaders say they will need to change companies to advance, with 26% of leaders saying they plan to leave within the year.

Yet, leadership talent — and the pipeline to build future talent — remains lacking at many organizations. Associations can start building a talent pipeline to ensure a brighter future, in part through creating more formal training, providing more feedback and celebrating high-performing employees.

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Written by the FORUM Magazine editors.

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