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The Styles, Models and Philosophy of Leadership

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The Styles, Models and Philosophy of Leadership
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740302950
Number of pages: 44

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This book examines the styles, models and philosophies of leadership that underpin and inform thinking. This book will provide you with an invaluable insight into how; style, approach, team working, communication, motivation and staff connection need to be continually assessed and evolved.

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