Sustaining Leadership Excellence in the AFP


Jaime “Jimmy” S. de los Santos

On his deathbed, Alexander the Great’s comrades asked him, “To whom do you leave the kingdom?” To this, Alexander simply replied, “To the best and strongest.”

In the contemporary business world, a leader’s reign begins and ends upon the choice of the firm. Deciding who becomes the next CEO is a top management prerogative with far-reaching implications. Hence, just like Alexander, the title of CEO must be turned over to the most qualified to ensure the continuity and growth of the firm. However, the success of a new CEO is greatly influenced by the manner of transition.  As corporations recognize the importance of human capital and leadership excellence, this transition cannot be neglected.

June 12 - Sustaining Leadership Excellence - Edited (JSDLS)

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