Training, Development, and Beyond


Training and Experience-Driven Development

Paul Yost

Seattle Pacific University


A FRAMEWORK THAT starts with the assumption that 90 percent of a leader's development will occur outside of the classroom forces a person to think about training from a whole new perspective. In this outside-in model, the training program isn't the point, but a catalyst to drive leadership development outside the classroom. Formal training becomes an accelerator for on-the-job development. Classroom leadership development still serves a few critical functions:

  • To highlight the on-the-job experiences that are most critical in a ...

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