O'Hara, Kristy J.
December 2011
Smart Business Atlanta;Dec2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p8
The article presents the principles of Randy Goruk for leader's effectiveness that was written in his book "Sparks: A Business Fable." He discusses the competencies that one must possess to be a better leader which include an unwavering character to earn respect and trust from the organization, showing care for the people's performance and professional growth, and good communication skills. Goruk states that mastering the competencies is a success for the team and for the organization.


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