The Leadership Factor

Kulesa, Patrick
March 2006
Sales & Service Excellence Essentials;Mar2006, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p11
Talks about management and leadership excellence that can lead to business success. Overview of two studies which show that leadership effectiveness goes hand in hand with organizational success; Things that leaders and managers do in divisions where market share increases faster; Results which reveal linkages between the behavior and effectiveness of leaders and measures of business performance.


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