The Power of Integrated Leadership

Laurens, Eric; Budinich, Dennis
October 2008
Banking New York;Fall2008 Banking Solutions, p30
Trade Publication
The article proposes that banks emulate the leadership strategy of the top 20 companies featured in "Fortune" magazine in 2008. Companies including Southwest Airlines, Microsoft, and American Express did not copy their competitors and have integrated leadership and a motivated workforce. According to the article, a culture of integrated leadership requires cooperation between individuals and departments and collaboration on how to make the bank grow.


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