Graduation to the leadership ranks

Neumann, Eric
July 1999
Executive Excellence;Jul99, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p19
Asserts that business success hinges on a company's ability to prepare their future leaders in the present time. Lack of sufficient pool of individuals to promote into management positions; Tips on spotting and training future leaders; Advantage of companies that can foster personal and professional growth.


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