Explores, through a series of case study examples, how practitioners can improve the leadership capacity of their organisation.

The CIPD report, Leadership – easier said than done, explores the barriers to leadership and good people management. To help practitioners take a step from training individual leaders to improving the leadership capacity of the organisation as a whole, our series of case studies illustrate the specific approaches some organisations have taken to understand what leadership their organisation needs and align the organisation context to  support leadership.  

A summary report and case studies are available to download below

Report overview
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Millers Oils
PDF document 1.5 MB
Thames Valley Police
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Crime Reduction Initiatives
PDF document 3.6 MB
Port of Felixstowe
PDF document 1.5 MB

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