Dreilinger, Craig; LeClere, William E.; Robinson, T. Bruce; Springer, Judy; Riddle, Paxton W.; Steele, Ebert; Nelson, Larry L.; Watson, Jean; Armstrong, Alice
June 1982
Training & Development Journal;Jun82, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p6
Discusses several issues on employee training and development. Situational leadership theory; Leadership styles; Management training for women.


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