Though management is among the most popular courses of study worldwide and countless people across possess the word manager somewhere in their designations, studies suggest very few people actually possess leadership skills to deserve the tag. As per a Gallup study, 82% fail to make the grade. Skills, knowledge and experience can be gained, but not talent. The leadership talent dimensions include motivations, accountability, decision-making, assertiveness and ability in developing proper relationships. High talent managers tend to do well in these and do not pass over for short term solutions. Managers possessing these talents are usually more engaged and are focused on strengths. They are also better brand ambassadors.      

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