GAMA researches attributes of leadership underlying top agency performance, best

September 1997
Insurance Advocate;09/27/97, Vol. 108 Issue 38, p34
Reports on research conducted by the GAMA Foundation and HayGroup Inc. which seeks to understand the leadership attributes that underlie top life insurance agency performance and outstanding organizational climate. Link between leadership competencies with key management styles; Quantification of leadership in terms of measurable agency performance.


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