Learning how to take the initiative

Phillips, Alan
August 1995
People Management;08/24/95, Vol. 1 Issue 17, p32
Provides information on the `Trainers as leaders' program of the National Health Service (NHS) in Great Britain. Exploration about the meaning of development; Examination on how delegates could take a lead on the development of their organizations; Effect of the program on NHS trainers.


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