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Leaders - hired, admired, fired : how to become a leader

Author: Ern Prentice
Publisher: Prahran : Tilde Publishing and Distribution, [2016]
Series: TUP business
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First edition
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This book traces the policy and practices associated with the development of leaders in organisations. There are many definitions for leaders and leadership. In general, a leader is a person responsible for achieving set objectives through the work of others, and for building and maintaining the team. Leadership, on the other hand, is the ability to influence people to a common purpose, using characteristics that  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ern Prentice
ISBN: 0734612451 9780734612458
OCLC Number: 946004475
Description: xvi, 176 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Recruitment and selection --
2. Career development --
3. Assimilation --
4. Alignment --
5. Accountability --
6. Assessment --
7. Culture --
8. Competence --
9. Conduct --
10. Leadership skills --
11. Leadership capability --
12. Coaching and teamwork --
13. CEO challenges.
Series Title: TUP business
Responsibility: Ern Prentice.

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Traces the policy and practices associated with the development of leaders in organisations. Leaders - Hired, Admired, Fired tracks the recruitment and assimilation of a leader, and details how a  Read more...

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