Great Scot! Leadership institute launched as William Wallace is voted nation's favourite

Griffiths, Julie
July 2008
People Management;7/10/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p12
The article reports on the launch of the Edinburgh Institute of Leadership and Management Practice by the Napier University Business School in Scotland. The courses to be offered by the institute include a confident leaders programme and a Master of Science (MSc) degree in management practice for existing managers and potential leaders to nurture and retain talent in Scotland.


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