The Conceptual Framework for Leaders Development in Organizations

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The aim of the article is to present the conceptual framework for leaders development in organizations. The building of this framework can be justified by the occurrence of certain common elements and solutions, which are presented in the literature on the leaders development. The conceptual framework consists of five perspectives, which are the basis of constructing framework. The following perspectives were distinguished: process perspective, object perspective, subject perspective, function perspective, and organizational perspective. In this framework, as dependent variables were accepted the process perspective components, that is: the model of the leader's competences, the identification of candidates, the developmental activities, and the assessment of development. As the independent variables were accepted the remaining four perspectives. This marks, that the form of process perspective components depends on the shape of object perspective, subject perspective, function perspective, and organizational perspective.
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K. Grzesik, The Conceptual Framework for Leaders Development in Organizations, [w:] Knowledge – Economy – Society. Transfer of Knowledge in the Contemporary Economy, (red.) P. Lula, B. Mikuła, A. Jaki, Foundation of the Cracow University of Economics, Cracow 2012, ss. 317-330