The Leadership Gap: Building Leadership Capacity for Competitive Advantage
Studies consistently show that quality leadership development programs pay off for companies -- in the form of shareholder returns, market share growth, and sales. However, many companies have inadequate leadership development programs. This book challenges traditional views of leadership development with a perspective that focuses on recognizing leadership as a source of competitive advantage. If you're a manager or an HR leader, The Leadership Gap offers the practical, effective strategies you need to close the leadership gap in your organizations, unleashing leadership potential for better business results and a sustainable competitive advantage.
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CHAPTER TWELVE Focus on Critical Positions and Key Talent
CHAPTER THIRTEEN Integrated Leadership Development
APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER FOURTEEN Accountability for Leadership Capacity
CHAPTER FIFTEEN The Leadership Economy
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