Collaborative Leadership

Goman, Carol Kinsey
April 2014
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Apr2014, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p35
The article offers tips for building collaboration in an organization. Topics discussed include using collaboration as an organizational change strategy, diversity in the workplace, need of effective communication, development of good relationship, building trust, leadership skills, and promoting work of employees.


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