Streetwise Strategies

Lucia, Al
January 2007
Leadership Excellence;Jan2007, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p14
This article discusses some strategies on how to develop leadership skills. According to the author, a leader should evaluate his company's culture to discover the truth about the quality of his leadership. He said leaders should pay attention to employee comments that indicate dissatisfaction with the leadership skills of their managers. He also said leaders should seek coaching, training and education involving leadership and human interactions.


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