Management Education and Leadership

Oxford University Press
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Leadership and Management in the 21st Century, 2005, 1, pp. 334 - 343
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Interest in leadership development has grown substantially over the past decade. Organizations increasingly see leadership capability as a source of competitive advantage. However, the UK evidence on the state ofthe current management and leadership capability (and its relation to performance) reported by the Council for Excellence in Management and Leadership (CEML) suggests that there is much dissatisfaction from managers, at all levels, with the quality of leadership within their organization. There is also agreement that professional associations should incorporate leadership development as a vital part of their prequalification and CPD programmes (Fox et al., 2001).
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