A staggering fifty-six percent of company leaders say they will soon face a shortage of qualified exclusive talent. In an effort to fill this gap, companies are spending an average of $1,228 dollars per employee on learning and development. During the recession of 2009, U.S. companies spent a whopping $12 billion dollars on leadership development to train executives to lead in this new era of business. This infographic, brought to you by Michigan State University Online, gives you a look at what these companies are looking for in their leaders. Check it out below:
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