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Research overview: effective leader-led relations. / Collinson, M; Collinson, D L.

Lancaster University : Centre for Excellence in Leadership, 2007. (CEL Working Paper Series).

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Collinson, M & Collinson, DL 2007 'Research overview: effective leader-led relations' CEL Working Paper Series, Centre for Excellence in Leadership, Lancaster University.

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Collinson, M., & Collinson, D. L. (2007). Research overview: effective leader-led relations. (CEL Working Paper Series). Centre for Excellence in Leadership.

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Collinson M, Collinson DL. Research overview: effective leader-led relations. Lancaster University: Centre for Excellence in Leadership. 2007. (CEL Working Paper Series).

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Collinson, M ; Collinson, D L. / Research overview: effective leader-led relations. Lancaster University : Centre for Excellence in Leadership, 2007. (CEL Working Paper Series).

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