How Storytelling Builds Next-Generation Leaders - Executives know they need to develop their company's next leaders, but many are disillusioned by all the once-promising fads that have come and gone. Some, however, have discovered how an approach that's as old as Homer can be one of the most effective means of developing high-potential managers.
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