Recovery Leadership

Boulter, Janet
January 2010
Leadership Excellence;Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p13
The article presents information on leadership styles designed to prevent the recurrence of a recession. Managers and leaders need to shift the focus of their ideas, beliefs, and process from commanding to committing. They need to embrace a new attitude and awareness of possibility, as they change from command style to commitment style.


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