Learning and development (L&D) for new leaders is mostly non-existent or inadequate, finds a study from law firm, Winckworth Sherwood. Some 23% of employers do not provide any L&D to new leaders, and where organisations are doing so, 69% of HR leaders believe it’s inadequate, according to a survey conducted by YouGov as part of the wider report. This survey also reveals that only a quarter (25%) of employers are regularly refreshing their leaders’ skills or providing L&D in key areas, such as leading change. The research also found only 34% of organisations say they’re training...

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