Global Leaders

Sullivan, Owen
August 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2011, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p15
The article discusses the factors that contribute to the success and failure of global leaders based on a survey of chief executive officers (CEOs) and human resources (HR) professionals conducted by ManpowerGroup and Chally Group. The most critical competencies for leadership positions cited were creating a strategic vision, inspiring others and developing an accurate overview of the business. The factors for failure included failure to build relationships and poor management skills.


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