Producing Champions

Geldart, Phil
April 2005
Leadership Excellence;Apr2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p11
The article presents suggestions for leaders for motivating employees or a team to become champions. A leader is the key in order for any employee or team to succeed as champions. Champions clearly articulate the desired end, take initiative, and drive toward and ultimately achieve goals and objectives. Leadership releases and harnesses the talent, energy, and potential in people. Skilled leaders produce champions by taking their own vision, enthusiasm, and drive and building that into other people.


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