State of Leadership

Shelton, Ken
March 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Mar2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p2
The article presents the author's view on leadership development (LD) wherein he states that the LD field started in 1984 when internal trainers and external consultant like Peters, Covey, and Blanchard realized that LD needed to be more of a designed, systemic, and sustained effort that delivered measurable business results. The author also discusses "Newspeak" words like Ministry of Peace, Ministry of War and blackwhite. He also mentions his attendance in the Training 2010 conducted by Stephen R. Covey and his son, Stephen M.R. Covey.


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