Buyer Beware: Leadership Development and the Five Questions To Ask

Some time ago I wrote a rather lengthy article entitled Buyer Beware: Leadership Development and the Five Questions you need to ask before you buy a vendor’s services.

Since the long article does not lend itself to internet reading and yes because it needs a good update, I will be publishing five articles, each covering one question in the next five weeks.  The articles are my way of giving those who are in the market for buying leadership development services the opportunity to ask informed questions, eliminate confusion and really “peel-the-onion-back” to see what lies at the core of proposed leadership development programs.  I assure you there are many different types of programs and they are very different.

The articles will be published on the downloads page of, through my article sites such as, ezine articles,  as well as a link through twitter and LinkedIn.  Enjoy the reading and please if you have a moment let me know what you think, I appreciate any and all feedback

About DrjohnD

Dr. John Dentico is a leadership development and simulation learning expert who speaks, writes, consults and trains 21st Century leaders. He is the founder of LeadSimm LLC a one-of-a-kind 21st Century leadership development and simulation learning company. With more than 30 years of experience in leadership, learning and simulation design and development, he is convinced that there is no problem too hard, no challenge too great, and no issue too complex that it cannot be solved by the collaborative actions of a focused group of committed people. For the past 17 years he has worked to create active learning, experientially based simulation learning opportunities for a variety of clients who are charged with overcoming some of the most intractable issues and challenges America faces. With his LeadSimm Leadership Development Simulation exercises he has powerfully demonstrated time and again that action breeds hope and that people working together as full partners fueled by a mutual mission, shared vision and common goals are a force to be reckoned with. He understands that the best way to learn leadership is to practice leadership in as close to the real world decision making environment as possible because then and only then will a potential leader learn how to create a "leadership dynamic", the real power of a 21st Century organization.
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