August 7, 2012
“Ten good soldiers wisely led will beat a hundred without a head.”–Euripides
Here’s the notion–business success depends on the quality of the leaders(s) within an organization. Given the money and incentives lavished upon CEOs, there is a tremendous amount of credibility for this notion, at least at the senior management level. However, if good leadership truly equates to good business from a CEO perspective, how much of a greater competitive advantage would companies enjoy if they developed leaders throughout the organization?
We need your inputs and opinions for the August edition of The New Face of Leadership.
We will collate and report results for multiple choice questions. The last question is an optional short essay opinion question. We will feature selected responses to this question (about 250 words + digital photo and short byline) in the opinion column Based on Your Experience.
Thanks for your participation!!