Locke, Ann; Tarantino, Arlene
December 2006
T+D;Dec2006, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p53
The article focuses on the strategic leadership development model that encourages sustained learning and focuses on future needs and long-term effects on employees and the entire organization. The leadership development model has four elements including assessment, alignment, application and achievement. According to the authors, this leadership model provides coaching support in small organizations and aids participants in developing their knowledge and skills. It also facilitates professional growth and skill proficiency of employment staff.


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