Lens of Success

Apr 14 2010

Imagine a growing company implementing an aggressive recruitment strategy out of a long-term need for high-impact leaders and a deep concern for the shortage of available talent. The company hires four top MBA graduates to become new first-line supervisors, each with strong grades and comparable IQ scores and subject matter knowledge—but also with different approaches to leadership. Each is hired on as fast-track talent intended to rise toward leadership positions.

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