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					  HURRICANE EVACUATION FAILURE: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL COHESION,
             SOCIAL CAPITAL, AND SOCIAL CONTROL




                                     Jennifer A. Horney




 A dissertation submitted to the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in
partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the School of
                          Public Health (Department of Epidemiology).




                                         Chapel Hill
                                           2009


                                                                                 Approved by



                                                                               Jay S Kaufman


                                                                               Philip R Berke


                                                                          Pia DM MacDonald


                                                                        Marieke Van Willigen


                                                                                   Steve Wing
                           UMI Number: 3352720




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Description: Senior executives usually navigate the correct series of moves to end up in their plum positions at the top, but they might not have enough of the right capabilities to stay there. Sixty-seven percent of companies think that senior executives need to improve their leadership skills, according to a survey by ClearRock, a Boston-based outplacement and executive coaching firm. Indeed organizations have been buckling down in various ways to get their senior leaders up to speed and ready to go. The top five methods companies have been using include outside coaching (74%), outside training and education (48%), in-house coaching (38%), assigning senior leaders to project teams (29%), and pairing senior leaders with mentors (20%).
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