Aurora, Ontario (PRWEB) January 21, 2005
HR.comT, the largest research and Web destination for Senior HR Professionals, recently published an article on its site that was written by Grant Armstrong, of the Niagara Credit Union, located in St. Catharines, Ontario.
Armstrong discusses comparisons between managers and great leaders and how one is not the same as the other. Furthermore, he believes that leaders are made, not born, and says, "We have in fact tended to think the competencies demonstrated by people recognized as good leaders are the competencies that are intrinsic in good leadership. However, leadership is much more complex than merely transplanting a number of key attributes on some high potential candidate at some leadership course and expecting them to become the next great leader."
He references the recent Conference Board of Canada research report on Developing Business Leaders for 2010. The focus of the article highlights four basic roles for leaders in the future: Master Strategist, Change Manager, Relationship Builder and Talent Developer.
To read the article in its entirety, please visit http://www.hr.com/displaycontent.aspx?uuid=D6652F62-5598-4DFB-8307-DF26F93C7
Established in 1999, HR.com is the Trusted Advisor to HR Executives, connecting them with Peers, Best Practices, Industry Thought Leaders and Suppliers. HR.com is funded by the leading venture capital firm Ventures West.
About Grant Armstrong
Grant Armstrong is the Senior Manager of Organizational Development for Niagara Credit Union located in Ontario, Canada. Grant specializes in Leadership research, design and development. He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees along with being a Certified Human Resource Professional.
Debbie McGrath, CEO, HR.com
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