Report reveals poor leadership on personal development at the top

Eyre, Elizabeth
June 2010
Training Journal;Jun2010, p20
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a survey conducted by researchers of Ashridge Business School, and Jonathan Winter of Career Innovation that investigates the effectiveness of role modeling in the personal development of executives. The survey showed a sharp contrast between the uncoordinated, and haphazard development of top teams despite their investment in collective development. It found out that role modeling of leaders affect the performance of their employees.


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