Leadership in Organizations: Concepts and Theories
April 23, 2012
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Larry Coutts, Ph.D. and Director, Research and Development at EPSI Inc. shares with you the highlights of his findings on some of the numerous concepts and theories pertaining to leadership. Participative Theories: Participative leadership is a style of leadership that involves all members of a team in identifying essential goals and developing procedures or strategies for reaching
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Leadership in Organizations: Concepts and Theories
April 20, 2012
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Larry Coutts, Ph.D. and Director, Research and Development at EPSI Inc. shares with you the highlights of his findings on some of the numerous concepts and theories pertaining to leadership.     Theoretical Approaches to Leadership Interest in leadership increased during the early part of the twentieth century. Early leadership theories focused on what qualities
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Promoting Engagement with the use of the Stay Interview
February 22, 2012
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The phenomenon surrounding employee engagement in organizations is one that has generated considerable buzz amidst managers and human resources specialists alike. That being said, very few HR professionals are familiar with the concept of the stay interview, a tool with the potential to effectively help nurture engagement among employees. This short article will present the concept
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