The development of future leaders is a crucial need that must be met through new and innovative ways. The 1990s saw reorganizations as well as the flattening of our organizations as we strove to reduce layers of management and administrative costs. These actions have led to organizations with fewer managerial mentors and a gap between directors and front-line personnel. Fortunately, we can use numerous management training offerings to help staff gain management skills.
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