By Sarah Johnson Dobek
Bridging the Gap
Encouraging new leaders and creating smooth transitions are easy goals to identify. Homing in on specific tactics to accomplish these broad objectives can be much more difficult.
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This post offers practical suggestions from current leaders at firms that are finding success at developing the leadership capabilities of younger team members.
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