Lasting leadership impact

October 2016
Smart Business Pittsburgh;Oct2016, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p11
The article presents suggestions to minimize the impact of leadership transitions on organizational performance. Topics discussed include the creation of a strong team which improve organizational performance; leveraging platform, contacts and network to connect colleagues and successor to build strong relationships and recognizing legacy of a leader.


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