Building a leadership pipeline

All good executives must walk a tightrope in order to run a strong talent programme, writes Edwin O’Hora

25th November, 2018
Strong leaders are comfortable with people who are ambitious and able to take their own direction

As a leader there is an argument to be made that one of the most important things you will do is create a culture of ‘sustainable performance’ in your team, department or organisation.

A key aspect of this is an interesting one; when you are no longer in the business, that performance continues despite your absence. In effect, this should put a huge focus on your talent and leadership pipeline and the management...

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