The 5 Pillars of Leadership: How to Bridge the Leadership Gap
Paul J. Meyer and Randy Slechta are two of the nation's foremost experts on leadership. In The 5 Pillars of Leadership they offer a clearly defined plan for achieving excellence, a formula geared to produce maximum benefits for executives and team members as well as their families. The 5 Pillars of Leadership presents a management creed based on continued success and a blueprint for advancement into the next century.
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Where Effective Leadership Begins
Foundational Elements to Leadership
Building a Bridge on the 5 Pillars of Leadership
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