The Benefits of Building New Leaders Internally, According to LinkedIn Data

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Leaders are built, not born. Every person in a leadership role had to make the leap, at some point, from being an individual contributor to someone who leads others. 

Fresh LinkedIn data reveals that most “new” leaders — people moving from a nonmanagement role into a manager or higher seniority position — make that jump by joining another company.

It’ll be a career milestone for the employee whether they’re hired from within or without — but it’s a major missed opportunity for the former employers who could have fostered those new leaders internally. That’s doubly true for companies whose workforces still

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