The New Leader

Glaser, Judith
April 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Apr2007, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p8
The article offers advice on how business executives could develop employees rather than dictating to them. It advises to allow employees to speak up and express their point of views in the workplace. It suggests that leaders should create questions that will help employees to think about issues in new ways during meetings. It enumerates the questions that indicate the attitude of a leader who focuses on developing his subordinates.


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