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Developing Great Leaders: Bucking Conventional Wisdom

Thursday, March 26, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Susan Stang, Vice President of Leadership Services , PSI Services LLC

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Leadership development has traditionally focused on the competencies needed for one to be successful. There is little doubt that competencies are important, but truly great leaders are more than competent. They have character – character represented by values that guide their every action and determine each decision. In values-based development, the focus is on the why instead of the how, and the result is both pervasive and impactful.

As a result of attending this webcast, you will learn:

  • The role values and character play in leadership
  • Why values are important above and beyond competencies
  • How to use assessments to measure values
  • The way values can derail performance and careers
  • How values can be used effectively for development


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Susan Stang
Susan Stang

Vice President of Leadership Services, PSI Services LLC

Susan W. Stang has a doctorate in industrial psychology and more than 25 years of experience in talent assessment, employee selection, performance management, diagnostic feedback, and skill development. She specializes in measurement and the use of metrics to inform decision making, drive change, ensure accountability, and enhance individual success and organizational effectiveness.

Susan is currently Vice President of the Leadership Services division of PSI Services LLC, where she is responsible for in-depth individual assessments, the development and interpretation of 360-degree and employee engagement surveys, the design and implementation of performance management systems for leadership/managerial roles, and executive coaching initiatives.

Throughout her career, Susan has worked with executives and senior managers as well as their executive and governing boards across multiple organizations and industries (including retail, financial, manufacturing, and non-profit) to support performance excellence, ease transitions, leverage potential, align priorities, and clarify expectations.