Employee trust in management and commitment to the company have been in decline for decades.
The leaders of high-commitment, high-performance organizations refuse to choose between people and profits.
Until problems with organizational design and managerial processes are fixed, the effects of training will just slip away.
"Why Leadership Training Fails — and What to Do About It" is from the October 2016 issue of Harvard Business Review.
Dr. Michael Beer, co-author of Higher Ambition: How Great Leaders Create Economic and Social Value, challenges the convention of business leaders to be driven primarily by profit. In this episode of Edgewise, Michael explains how today's most prosperous leaders are investing in their employees as social capital, encouraging them to think of customers outside of a transactional context and build valuable relationships.