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Corporations are spAnding billions of dollars on leadership development initiatives. But are these programs paying off? Building Leaders takes a hard look at the successes and failures of more than a dozen organizations—including Ernst & Young, Motorola, the U.S. Army, and Federal Express. It identifies the three dominant approaches to leadership education and provides a blueprint for how organizations can use them to more effectively cultivate a continuous crop of talented leaders.
Here, readers will find an in-depth presentation of the specific skill sets that individual managers need in order to lead. They'll also discover which organizational values promote leadership, examine successful strategic interventions, and see what a successful leadership plan looks like.
The New Imperative: Building Effective Leaders Throughout the Company.
OUT OF THE CLASSROOM, INTO THE TRENCHES: EVALUATING APPROACHES TO CORPORATE LEADRERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.
Developing the Individual Leader.
How National Australia Bank Develops Leaders.
Socializing Company Vision and Values.
How Federal Express and PepsiCo Socialize Vision and Values.
Strategic Leadership Initiatives.
Ernst Young's Leadership 2000 Strategic Leadership Initiative.
THE FUTURE IS NOW: BUILDING TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY LEADERS.
Action Learning: The New Paradigm for Leadership Development.
What Matters: Competencies for the New Century.