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Leader and Leadership Development

Sudit Bhunia, Komal Lanjewar


The development of effective leaders and leadership behaviour may be a prominent concern in organizations of all kinds. We review the hypothetical and observed sources of information on leader and leadership development that specialize in Leadership Qualities. Compared to the reasonably long history of leadership research and theory, the systematic study of leadership development features a moderately short history of research as the need for study on Systematic Leadership development was not considered important. We study and observe interpersonal and intrapersonal issues associated with the phenomena that develop during the quest of effective leadership, describe how development emerges by giving importance to the collection of overall feedback processes, review studies of leadership development and analytical issues in leader and leadership development research. [1]

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