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  • Volume 2014

    Approaches to Develop leadership Effectiveness: A Global Perspective
    (International Journal of Business, Economics and Management Works)

    Vol. 1, Issue 2, PP. 24-29, Dec. 2014

    Keywords: Effective leadership, development, Future leadership, leadership approach.

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    Abstract

    It is imperative that organizations leave on leadership improvement programs that will boost leadership effectiveness.  The purpose of this study to make an analysis on effective leadership development for future established on different approaches. The paper uses a literature review to suggest specific leadership development practices by qualitative explanation. Leadership development should be thorough and deliberately coordinated into the organizational culture with the purpose of create leaders who can deal sufficiently with organizational challenges. Organizations and leadership developers should utilize a general method, so that talk about the existing leadership crisis. This research highlights a universal perspective and an organizational commitment to leadership development.

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    Sajjad Nazir: sajjadnazir@hotmail.com, sajjadnazir@hhu.edu.cn , Hohai Business School, Hohai University, Nanjing China.

       Wang Qun : wqun@hhu.edu.cn  Hohai Business School, Hohai University, Nanjing China.

       Amina Shafi, aminasajjad@hotmail.co.uk, Hohai University, Nanjing, China

       Nadia Nazir, Hohai University, Nanjing, China

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    Sajjad Nazir, Wang Qun, Amina Shafi, Nadia Nazir"Approaches to Develop leadership Effectiveness: A Global Perspective" International Journal of Business, Economics and Management Works , Vol. 1, Issue 2, PP. 24-29, Dec. 2014.                                                                                 

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