Seven Leadership Principles

Harkins, Phil; Swift, Phil
May 2006
Leadership Excellence;May2006, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p7
Discusses the principles of leadership. Leadership as a choice; Goals of leaders; Ideals, integrity, values or standards of leaders; Possibility of failure.


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