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The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development v.1

29th January 2010

The Pfeiffer Annuals Have Presented Thought–Leading Ideas and Cutting–Edge Practices Across Four Decades.

The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual

The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development explores one of the most pressing issues facing organizations across the globe—how to successfully identify and develop current and future leaders.  This comprehensive resource includes an international panel of contributors who are leading academics and practitioners in the field.  Their combined wisdom has created the most authoritative and up–to–date source for new ideas, tools, models, and contemporary practices in leadership development.

The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development addresses two main topics:

  • The Management of Growth: Organisations must have the tools they need to develop leaders with the ability to respond to rapidly changing worldwide market forces with innovative products, processes, and organizational cultures.
  • Employee of Engagement: To become successful, leaders need resources that will help them develop the ability to engage employees to respond to change with understanding and encourage workers to be active in the change process in order to help the organisation succeed in achieving its objectives.
This unique volume is a world–class resource for all practitioners, teachers, and students of leadership development. 

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Article Id: 13932
Date Added: 29th Jan 2010

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