Teaching Leaders

Cohen, Stephen L.; Wilde, Kevin
September 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Sep2010, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p4
The authors suggest five steps for teaching business leaders. First step requires determining topics that need to be addressed and their relation to knowledge, skill and attitude. Next is setting learning objectives which may include the purpose, goals and expected outcomes of teaching. They also recommend incorporating the level and experience of the learners, audience size, learning objectives and context into instructional design.


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