Casserley, Tim; Critchley, Bill
August 2010
People Management;8/12/2010, p20
The article discusses the need for Great Britain to develop business leaders who can manage their own sustainability before building the sustainability of the country's financial system. The characteristics of sustainable leadership are described, such as its concern with human sustainability as a prerequisite for performance and its negotiation of engagement between key processes and organizational culture. The authors argue that there is a lack of correlation between many leadership development activities and effective performance.


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