Excellence International

Shelton, Ken
June 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2007, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p2
The author acknowledges the international partners of the publication, "Leadership Excellence." He expresses gratitude to the contributors and to those who have helped him during his visit to each members' country. He comments that these people know that their leadership of teams and organizations needs to improve and that they have a sense of urgency to address the issues around it. He stresses that their aim is to create a global network of best thinking on management and leadership.


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