Development ROI

Coats, Steve
December 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Dec2010, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p20
The author discusses different measures of return on investment (ROI) in leadership development (LD). He cites that the Leadership Challenge model has proven that LD offers financial return, which is one of the measure of ROI. He states that another measure of ROI is the economic opportunity cost. He explains that the third measure which is emotional return pertains to the emotional state of people being led.


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