Decoding Leadership

Younger, Jon; Smallwood, Norm
November 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2009, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p19
The article determines a way to decode leadership in order to accelerate its development. It discusses five rules of decoding such as shaping the future, making things happen and engaging talent. The 70/20/10 rule which governs a company's ability to develop leaders is discussed with 70 percent on the job, 20 percent training related, and 10 percent out-side-in, based on the experience at National City Corporation.


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