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The ability to engage and motivate employees, followed by the ability to communicate, are the skills that organizations want most in their leaders, says a new study by Right Management Consultants.
The latest survey tracks pretty well with an earlier poll by Right Management and the research arm of the International Association of Business Communicators that tabbed aligning employees to the organization’s strategy and encouraging communication as the two most desirable leadership qualities.
—Adapted from “Best Practices in Employee Communication: A Study of Global Challenges and Approaches,” International Association of Business Communicators Research Foundation, and About Right Management Consultants, www.right.com.
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