Becoming a Leader, Not Just a Boss

Burlingham, Bo
July 2002
Inc.;Jul2002, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p94
Gives pieces of advice on becoming an effective business leader. Skills needed to manage a business; Details on how to get more consistent monthly revenues; Importance of meeting deadlines and time management to gain respect and confidence of clients.


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