The Executive Excellence Program

Kotter, John
March 1999
Journal of Correctional Education;Mar1999, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p2
Academic Journal
Discusses the program developed by the National Institute of Corrections for senior level correctional administrators, executives and upper level managers in the U.S. Requirements of the program; Participation in regional leadership development seminars; Goal and objectives of the program.


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