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Purpose – This paper aims to address the problems that diversity, by its nature, throws up for training professionals, and to highlight the various ways in which drama, as a learning tool, offers solutions to those problems. Design/methodology/approach – The theory of experiential learning...
Purpose – Today's executive education programmes must lend themselves to comprehensive evaluation and measurement, in order that return on investment can be clearly demonstrated in the boardroom. This requires a unique approach to programme design from the outset, providing scope to ensure that...
Purpose – To show that the skills of managing and leading are both essential for those holding in‐charge positions wishing to generate the optimum contribution of employee effort. Organisational success and continuity lie in identifying the reality, clarifying the purpose, providing the...
Purpose – Proposes to provide a summary of ideas with regard to leadership and management with the author's interpretation of these and some of the issues these raise. Design/methodology/approach – Discussion of the manager versus leader debate followed by a discussion of organisational...
Purpose – To discuss employability and skills requirements for graduates from a graduate recruiter's point of view. Design/methodology/approach – To look at key graduate recruitment organisations and explain what skills programmes are available to graduates. Also looks at continued...
Purpose – The second paper in a two‐paper series, this article seeks to consider how the ideas of cultural historical activity theory were used in a learning programme for managers to examine and apply leadership as a collective phenomenon usually referred to as distributed leadership....
Purpose – To establish how people become managers. Design/methodology/approach – A survey of 50 managers carried out at the end of 2004 by students on the BA in Business and Management course at the University of Westminster. A total of 25 students chose two managers each to interview. Of the...
Purpose – To identify the distinguishing characteristics and future challenges for the business coaching industry in Australia. Design/methodology/approach – A telephone survey of business coaching firms was used to identify the main structural characteristics of the industry. Structured...
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