Leaders in transition

Bennis, Warren
August 1998
Executive Excellence;Aug98, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p5
Offers a look on how a leader can build and maintain people's trust in an organization. Criteria in evaluating leaders; Views on a typical leader; Factors in gaining trust.


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