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Craig, Tara
June 2008
Personnel Today;6/17/2008, p31
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the findings of survey a according to which the standard of leadership among British businesses is poor. It is stated that recruits are not actually becoming less intelligent but the organisations are failing to recognise potential. It is stated that every individual is different and so forcing some creative type to follow the same developmental route in career could lead to failing to recognise leadership potential.


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