What It Takes to Grow Leaders

Aug 27 2015

As individuals climb higher in organizations, functional skills are not a differentiator of great leadership or a source of long-term competitive advantage, they are merely the price of entry. But while systematic processes for developing functional skills are carried out daily in organizations and at business schools worldwide, much less attention is given to the development of leadership skills. Mindy Hall talks to Kevin Cashman about what it takes to grow these skills, and how both organizations and individuals should approach their leadership development.

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