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Implementing a Future Manager Launchpad

Case Study

International Tech Company

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"International Tech Company's L&D in EMEA Region"

In 2019, we embarked on a significant collaboration with an international tech powerhouse from California, navigating the distinct L&D challenges of their dynamic EMEA landscape. Tasked with designing an EMEA-tailored Leadership  Journey for a pivotal regional summit, we not only commenced this endeavor promptly but also delved into comprehensive L&D solutions and helped them to navigate through the pandemic.


"Seeking Leadership Development in VUCA times"

  • Due to the pandemic, a fully virtual leadership program;

  • A modular, customized, and flexible learning structure suitable for a diverse EMEA audience;

  • Leadership development topics and skills-building focused on  leadership fundamentals and effectiveness as well as leading change  and transformation in VUCA times;

  • Connection to their HR standards and procedures in particular  performance and career management;

  • Ensure alignment between the different leadership programs in place,  considering important cross-references and interfaces to upstream  and downstream leadership development programs; and

  • International highly qualified facilitators with a coaching background.


"100% Virtual Delivery"

  • Diagnose and virtual design: The company contracted us for a diligent diagnose  to ensure business relevance and virtual design of a comprehensive and  customized learning journey for their newly appointed leaders.

  • Delivery covered: 11 days over 4 modules of virtual learning experiences,  pre- and post-work and the creation of a vibrant learning community engaged  over slack. Modules ran every two months in which sessions (2,5h) were  delivered weekly during this period.

  • Digital learning resources over MayU and 4 facilitator-led peer coaching  sessions (1,5h) including peer learning assignments.

  • Human-centric live sessions were at the heart of the journey, minimum  conceptual content (10%), breakout rooms (20%), plenary discussions,  engagements, session take aways (70%) and micro-energizers supported by  Mural, Mentimeter and Padlet.

  • Debrief: KPIs included pre-work completion, value of digital learning  resources, learning objectives, improved performance, virtual experience,  “more of” – “less of”, and overall NPS.


"3 years, 150 emerging leaders, with an average NPS of 94%"

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