How Poor Leaders Become Good Leaders

See on Scoop.itBusiness education @GIBS

They need to practice common managerial virtues far more often than they’re doing.

ChezINFO!‘s insight:

"Using 360-degree feedback data over a 12- to 18-month period, we were able to track what, exactly, the leaders who’d made the most significant progress were doing" Ackn. J Zenger, J Folkman / HBR blog

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