Good Leadership: A Company's #1 Asset

Harris, Jemma
October 2007
Business Credit;Oct2007, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers information on how good leadership is considered a number one asset in the company. The function of a leader is to enhance, transform, coach, care, trust, and lead his team, as well as to educate, sponsor, and counsel through appropriate timing, tone, consequences and skills. It is believed that the quality of a company reflects the chosen leader's potentials, such as his ability to lead and manage the company's affairs and maintaining employee's loyalty by listening.


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