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Leadership Development Approaches

Summary: The qualities that characterize leadership ability are explored through a survey that assessed individuals’ perceptions related to the effectiveness of 30 well-known people and training venues. Participants identified certain religious figures and politicians as the most effective leaders, while the top-rated training venues included the military, entrepreneurial firms, and medical facilities. Organizations may benefit by incorporating these characteristics of model leaders into their training development activities. More detailed information is available online.

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  • Topics: Leadership, Best Practices, Benchmarking
  • Keywords: Leadership, Surveys, Training and presentation techniques, Behavior modification, Theory of Reasoned Action, Benchmarking, Best practices
  • Author: Morrisette, Shelley; Schraeder, Mike
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation