Evaluating Research on Leadership Development

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Evaluating Research on Leadership Development
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The main purpose of this paper is to review literature on the best practices and proposes in terms of leadership development. The paper extensively evaluate literature to formulate a review and assessment of six key factors found to be essential for leadership development. It is important for organizations to have a good understanding of leadership development- what works, and what doesn’t- to be a successful entity. This issue is key and integral to the understanding of organizations, both large and small, and how to better the leadership functions within an organizational context.
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Leaders are important in every capacity of life. In today’s changing world and tumultuous...
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