Language of Leaders

Caroselli, Marlene
May 2000
Executive Excellence;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p12
Stresses the importance of language to corporate identity. Use of language to demonstrate leadership; Competition to come up with an anecdote that best reveals what one's company stands for; Use of metaphor to identify self.


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