How I made a difference...leadership development

July 2009
Personnel Today;7/21/2009, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses ways to develop leadership qualities in senior people in an organization. 14 leadership behaviours have been identified and a partnership with "The Centre for High Performance Development," was established to develop a programme for leadership effectiveness. The programme offered participants the opportunity to increase their personal awareness, step up to a challenging leadership role during observed experiential daily group work and to receive daily feedback.


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