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June 2010
Training & Development in Australia;Jun2010, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p022
The article presents the text of the author's conversation with a compensation & benefits (C&B) manager regarding the core competencies necessary for their firm's mid-level leader program in Australia in 2010. They talk about the data that is being used as a basis for deciding the core competencies. C&B manager suggests applying the Global Core Competencies and to determine what is needed across each level of leadership. The author describes a leadership development framework that has been decided for the company.


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