Carrington, Lucie
March 2003
Training Magazine;Mar2003, p5
Trade Publication
Presents information on the Leadership and Management Model launched by Investors in People UK in Great Britain as of March 2003, to support its core people development standard. Concept of the management model; Principles governing the core standard; Utilization of the model by the Skipton Building Society.


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