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July 06, 2018 Friday 05:22:55 PM IST

Leadership Competencies

Leadership Instincts

Leadership is an art and efficient leadership is a necessity.

‘What makes a good leader?’ has been a question addressed by researchers in many leadership contexts. A Harvard Business School study found that a humongous amount of about$24 billion is spent annually on leadership development by organisations across the world.

Eminent organizational scientist and executive coach Sunnie Giles presents an interesting report after a study conducted among 195 leaders who are part of 30 global organizations and from a diverse set up of 15 countries.

The top ten leadership competencies chosen as their strengths by the leaders participated in the study and the categorization later into five major themes are as given below.   



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