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Companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars in leadership development every year. But it won't work unless they get the basics right
With evolving times, one’s input needs to be measured on totally different parallels than before.
Succession Planning has always been the mainstay of the strategic CHRO. With sudden leadership exits, it’s the HR leader who’ll avert a crisis
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Business goals would be hollow, if it were not for Performance measuring standards.
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