Opens the debate on the barriers preventing organisations from getting closer to the desired state of effective leadership, and to help employers – and in particular those responsible for talent strategy, learning and development in an organisation – to bridge the gap between simply understanding what leadership is and ‘doing’ it in practice.

The report provides recommendations for the HR function to adopt a systemic approach to leadership and management development, by identifying the leadership definition appropriate for the organisational context.

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