January 29th 2016
Team Building Without Time Wasting
As major organizations have to learn to deal with increasingly rapid change, teams are becoming more and more important. As the traditional, hierarchical school of leadership diminishes in significance, a new focus on networked team leadership is emerging to take its place. This paper examined effectiveness of focused feedback and follow-up on leadership development.
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