Why Leadership-Development Efforts Fail - Large investments in leadership development often do not pay off because of what the authors identify as three pathologies: The "ownership is power" mind-set; the tendency for leadership ideas to be treated as undifferentiated products; and the focus on metrics that don't link programs to business results. The authors explain how some companies, such as ...
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