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Attitudes to Learning in the C-Suite

Executive education is critical but it must have measurable impact

Tuesday 09 August 2016


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An independent survey of 600 business leaders from across Europe reveals that, although 57% see corporate learning as the most important investment an organization can make to improve its business outcomes, action by the executive development ‘industry’ is needed to close the gap between the expectations and reality of how corporate learning programs are currently delivered.

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The report published by the Financial Times | IE Business School’s Corporate Learning Alliance, shows that senior leaders see their employees as the key to strategy implementation and investing in their development as more important than hiring new talent when it comes to driving change and innovation, and improving corporate performance. However, to deliver this learning promise, organizations want programs that lead to real impact and that can be measured and demonstrated to internal stakeholders.


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Headspring was launched April 2019 as a continuation and development of the successful collaboration between the Financial Times and IE Business School, formerly known as FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, an initiative created in 2015 to transform the way executive education and professional development meet the changing needs of business.



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