Discerning Discernment in People
Part of the Christian Faith Perspectives in Leadership and Business book series (CFPLB)
This chapter defines the concept of discernment and presents an instrument to measure the concepts. Discernment is something that can be developed in employees over time and should be part of the ongoing employment development program.
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