Alchemy for Managers
Alchemy for Managers demonstrates how you can develop yourself through the actual experience of managing.
Alchemy for Managers shows: - how you can use your practical experience as a self-contained means to develop yourself - without having to go on a course - how your own projects can develop your competence in both leadership and management - how managing external actions and your internal thought processes can be brought together in an integrated, holistic way.
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