Improving ROI

Giber, David
January 2010
Leadership Excellence;Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p12
The article suggests three leadership development (LD) practices in developing leaders. It suggests these practices can make a great impact and help in turning training programs into a leadership system. One of these practices is the integration of classroom experiences with on-the-job application, as most firms with LD programs lack this on-the-job application.


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