Holbeche, Linda
March 2010
People Management;3/11/2010, p18
The article focuses on strong human resources (HR) leadership. It cites the book "HR Leadership," which looks into how top performing HR professionals operate and think. It asserts that HR leaders must have a perspective on the issues in their organizations, be able to influence others beneficially, and possess insight into people's motivations. It lists some of the top HR leaders in Great Britain including easyJet people director Mike Campbell, Metropolitan Police Service HR director Martin Tiplady, and Westminster City Council HR director Graham White.


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