Relevance Of A Leadership Development Programme To Develop The Leaders Work-Integrated Learning Competencies

@inproceedings{Singh2014RelevanceOA,
  title={Relevance Of A Leadership Development Programme To Develop The Leaders Work-Integrated Learning Competencies},
  author={P. Singh and Christopher Malizo Dali},
  year={2014}
}
  • P. Singh, Christopher Malizo Dali
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • Today, more than ever, leaders need to demonstrate appropriate work-integrated learning competencies (WILCs) to process and manage emotional dynamics intelligently in their work environment. The challenge is to develop these leaders WILCs that can enable them to understand the contextual environments and the power relationships among employees in their organization. This study, therefore, explored the extent to which WILCs, including their emotional intelligence, can be developed and employed… CONTINUE READING
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