Some argue that companies should put more effort into identifying managers with innate leadership abilities, and helping to develop these, rather than attempting to indiscriminatingly train technically proficient managers to become good leaders, irrespective of their current abilities. Their line of reasoning is that leadership traits are essentially intrinsic, and true leadership skills are not really teachable. Do you feel that this sentiment has any merit?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 2:05 am ad1c9bdddf
Leadership skills are skills that are hard to develop. Those skills are either developed early to some or are just starting to develop at the later stage of life. Looking at the reasoning of the companies that focuses more on identifying and developing managers with innate leadership abilities rather than train all managers on leadership regardless of how well their leadership skills are, I ...
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