Growing your own

Albanese, Mario; LAWELL, CAROLYN
March 2009
Smart Business Tampa Bay;Mar2009, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p13
The article discusses ways on how to identify and develop future leaders of a company. It suggests that a company must determine the strengths of an ideal leader including the ability to create a team and motivate them. The importance of training employees to be leaders, as well as empowering and supporting them, is also discussed. The author believes that choosing a leader must not be limited and classified in terms of gender or age.


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