Counterfeit LD

Winston, Michael G.
August 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2009, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p6
The article offers best practices in leadership development and advise on how to avoid counterfeit LD. Fostering LD at all levels are needed to address growth imperatives, global complexities and strong competition. In order to develop new leaders, a company should have great leaders. Senior executives should also seek the support of top management and align LD initiatives with existing business objectives. Several worst practices were also mentioned, including faulty metrics and faulty utilization of feedback processes.


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