Leaders Develop Leaders

Shelton, Ken
October 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2010, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p2
The article discusses the periodical's 2010 Best in Leadership Development (LD) rankings, which rank organizations known for developing leaders in the U.S. The LD programs were rated in seven categories which include small- to mid-size organizations, large organizations, education, government/military, consultants/trainers/coaches, non-profit organizations and large consulting groups. Among the top ranking organizations include Media Tec/CLO, IBM, Defense Acquisition University and Linkage/Global Institute of Leadership Development (GILD).


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