Leave a legacy

Belasco, James
July 1999
Executive Excellence;Jul99, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p10
Reflects on the concerns of executives on the kind of legacy they will leave behind when they retire. Manner of dealing with retirement; Need for executives to focus on renewal; Cultivation of the desire for learning as a source of renewal; Training the best crop of talents that will handle the business; Fostering goodwill and personal relationships with employees.


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