LEADERSHIP: Different Venues Common Themes

Holliday, Karen Kahler
July 2001
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p30
Academic Journal
The article focuses on executive ability, effective leadership, and success in business. Effective leadership is able to open up channels of communication during crises. Analysis is given by Jack Weber, a consultant and professor at the University of Virginia. He states that leadership is important during periods of change. Attention is given to the company Wells Fargo, under the leadership of chief executive officer (CEO) Richard Kovacevich. The company has been praised and admired by "Forbes" magazine.


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