Owens, Lisa
November 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2005, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p20
The article outlines several guidelines to engage corporate leaders in the training session. It explores the characteristics of a corporate leader-trainer. It differentiates presenting from the training process. The importance of listening is stressed.


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