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What Next-Gen Leaders Want

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: April King, Senior Consultant, DDI

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Two of the top business concerns focus on future talent: developing the next generation of leaders and attracting and retaining top talent. How do you build your next generation? Beyond the flexibility of hybrid work, future leaders demand more coaching and feedback and seek a workplace that truly embraces authenticity, empathy, and inclusion. Join this interactive webinar to plan actionable steps to get ready for the future today.

During this interactive webinar, you will:

  • Learn the top five things next-gen leaders want based on global research.
  • Get practical tips and takeaways to build a culture of empathy, inclusion, and feedback.
  • Plan initiatives to help attract, develop, and retain next-gen talent.


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April King
April King

Senior Consultant, DDI

April King has more than 25 years’ experience designing and delivering strategic leadership development initiatives to support organizations in developing high-potential leaders at multiple levels. She has identified success profiles and competency models to develop a pipeline of future leaders. She has consulted with senior executives to create and manage succession planning and performance management processes. April also has significant experience in coaching senior leaders and high-potential executives on their personal development opportunities and action plans.

April joined DDI as a senior consultant in the Hong Kong office, living, working, and supporting various global and local clients across Asia for nine years. She currently lives in Fargo, North Dakota.


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