Making a leadership change: how organizations and leaders can handle leadership transitions successfully
Offers sound advice for executives and managers taking over new positions and for organizations undergoing leadership changes. Provides practical guidance on all phases of the leadership transition process--from initial planning, through the executive search process, to the major areas that the new leader must address over time to be successful.
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Initiating or Responding
Determining the Organizations Challenges
Developing a Profile and Expectations
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