Shoot at Something

Hedley, George
November 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2010, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p14
The author offers tips on how corporate leaders can meet their targets. He suggests knowing what the leaders and companies want, creating a written plan on how targets will be achieved, and monitoring and measuring progress. He also urges them to determine what they want to achieve and create a scorecard to monitor progress. To be an effective leader and achieve desired results, he advises offering competitive targets, incentives and challenges to employees.


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