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Procter & Gamble Is Best Company In Promoting Leadership, Hay Group Study Reveals

September 18, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
By integrating people and leadership development into its core business and management principles, Procter & Gamble has succeeded in creating a corporate culture that promotes growth and development of its employees. HR consulting firm Hay Group’s recognition of P&G as its 2013 Best Company for Leadership confirmed the company’s achievements. P&G does not see leadership development as a program but as an ongoing process that is part of the company’s everyday business operations, according to chief HR officer Mark Biegger, global health and grooming group president David Taylor, and learning development director Laura Mattimore. According to these senior executives, P&G always tries to find ways to empower employees to experience different consumers and markets, ways of running business, technologies, and parts of the company.
"Best Companies for Leadership: Procter & Gamble", Hay Group, September 18, 2013, © Hay Group
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