Lead from the top: Give your business a boost

Cooper, Olivia
March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/28/2008, p93
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The article provides information on the Challenge of Rural Leadership course organised by the Worshipful Co. of Farmers in Devon, England from November 2 to 14, 2008. The annual course is aimed at educating farmers in all aspects of the agricultural industry. High-profile speakers give discussions on topics ranging from genetic modification to organic farming, throughout the course. The final sessions are devoted to media training.


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