Hold Employees Accountable for Leading and Supporting Leaders

 

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APQC's 2014 study on reviving leadership capabilities examined five different organizations known for their best practices in developing and maintaining leadership at their companies. The case study research found that one of the best practices focused on the extent to which employees and leaders are accountable for building and sustaining an organization's leadership capabilities. The following article details how the best practice organizations hold employees accountable for leadership development.

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