Perth Leadership Announces Updated White Paper

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<p><strong>Gainesville, Fla. &mdash; July 10&nbsp;</strong><br />The Perth Leadership Institute, a provider of business acumen assessment and development programs, has announced the availability of its updated white paper regarding the innovator financial styles of executives. </p><p>The white paper sets out a new approach to identifying and developing executives with innovator financial styles that are most likely to have a high commercial impact, using formal assessment instruments developed by Perth.<br /><br />The research is based on the book by Dr. E. Ted Prince, the institute&#39;s founder and CEO, &quot;The Three Financial Styles of Very Successful Leaders,&quot; published by McGraw-Hill in 2005.<br /><br />&ldquo;We have updated and re-released this paper due to overwhelming response to it,&quot; Prince said. &quot;It sets out a new approach to innovation. Rather than just focus on innovation processes, companies need also to identify the innovator financial styles of the leaders and managers of innovation programs. </p><p>&quot;As the white paper shows, having innovative managers is not enough &mdash; they must also have an innovator financial style that will result in a commercial impact. Their innovation performance can be improved by showing them how their behavior is linked directly to company profitability and valuation.&rdquo;<br /><br />The Perth Leadership Institute has developed leadership assessments based on its research. These form part of its financial performance training and improvement programs for executives. </p><p>These include its individual, team and C-level financial performance programs.<br /><br />The institute already has announced the release of its Financial Outcome Assessment, an online instrument that assesses the business acumen of executives and managers and shows them how to develop it.</p>

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