A new paradigm for leadership development: simple guideline questions that serve as reminders of issues to consider in every decision
It is not widely understood how much society, even the world, loses because managers are not sufficiently competent. Part of the reason for the problem is that managers are not adequately aware of the importance, the implications, and the scope, of the "leadership" issues that should enter their decisions. This paper briefly presents three basic guideline questions for this leadership component, which should be considered in every decision, together with the technical/functional component. The three guideline questions, with great depth of meaning, serve as reminders of all the issues to consider. They can be applied by managers immediately, to improve decisions, based on their own experience. Because such application raises questions about what else might be useful to think about, the basic guidelines motivate to further learning.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 March 1999
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