Developing Leadership Talent
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 30, 2008 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
Based on the popular Developing Leadership Talent program offered by the acclaimed Center for Creative Leadership, this important resource offers a nuts-and-bolts framework for putting in place a leadership development system that will attract and retain the best and brightest talent. Step by step, the authors explain how alignment with strategic goals and organizational purpose and effective developmental experiences are the backbone of a successful leadership program. An authoritative and useful book, Developing Leadership Talent is an essential tool for any leadership program.
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Chapter 1 The Talent Imperative
Chapter 2 Business StrategyOrganizational Needs
Chapter 3 Implications for Leadership
Chapter 4 Leadership Competencies
Chapter 5 Gaps Skills and Target Populations
Chapter 6 Development Strategies
Chapter 7 Implementation
Chapter 8 Ongoing Evaluation
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