From the start of the leader development program, North Korea has taken great care to create an efficient and effective system of leadership development.
In contrast to the other countries, the DPRK has not made the effort to develop a formal system of governance.
It has chosen instead to develop the system of leader development as a way to attract and retain the best of the best leaders and improve the efficiency of the regime’s decision-making processes.
However, there are a few indicators which suggest that the DPRK leadership is moving in the direction of this approach.
The leader is seen as a person who is highly educated, has a high level of leadership ability and is well-connected.
His leadership is also seen as highly stable and his image is seen to be well-regarded by the general public.
The DPRK has also developed the concept of a leader development team to run the process of selecting candidates for the leadership position.
In many respects, this team has become more important than the leadership team itself.
The team members are well connected to the leaders in the government and the country and have access to a wide range of leadership skills.
The members of the team are also well-known to the leadership, with the possibility that they will be promoted to senior posts if they perform well in the leader role.
This process has also allowed the team members to maintain good relationships with the leadership.
These connections are also seen to have enhanced the ability of the leaders to develop their own policies and improve their own positions in the future.
In addition, the team member’s role in the regime is seen in a positive light by many in the country.
The leadership team members have become part of the governing body, which makes them more powerful and able to lead the country as they see fit.
The ability to influence the leaders’ decisions is seen by many as key to the success of the country’s leadership and also for the country to prosper.
In fact, this process of selection and leadership development has been very important to the regime to the point that its decisions have been made to ensure that the leaders who have been selected are also selected to succeed the current leaders.
The key indicators which highlight the progress made by the DPRK in the leadership development process include the number of leaders, the percentage of the population which has attained a higher education, the degree of trust between the leaders and the general population, the level of trust in the leaders as well as the level and consistency of the leadership’s decisions and the quality of the people’s understanding of the policies and actions of the government.
The success of leader management and leadership in the DPRK have been shown by the number and quality of graduates of high schools, and the level, consistency and quality and number of people who have become active in the system, including in the military, politics, and culture.
The results of this process have been reflected in the development of the overall economy.
The economic performance of the DPRK shows a clear improvement from the early years of the Kim regime.
There is no doubt that the leadership has been able to make significant progress in this area and the DPRK is a leader in this field.
In terms of the development and the impact of this leader development process on the economy, North Korean officials have been able, through the system that has been set up, to provide an accurate picture of the state of the economy and also to create conditions that would allow them to improve the economic performance.
The economy has been one of the few areas where the DPRK and the international community have been unable to cooperate due to the isolation of the two Koreas.
The leaders of the international parties have shown their willingness to cooperate in this matter, and their support of the Pyongyang government and its policies has helped the DPRK to improve its economy.
However there are some areas where it is not working well.
One of the problems that has resulted from the absence of cooperation is the absence in the North Koreans government of a set of international institutions which would be useful in the economic field, such as the IMF, the World Bank, the European Commission, and others.
The North Koreans leadership has not created such an international body as it should have done, because the international financial institutions have not been able or willing to take up the project, as well.
The lack of such an institution has been reflected by the fact that there are no reports from the International Monetary Fund on the DPRK economy and its economic performance, as shown in the OECD’s latest economic rankings, nor on the World Development Report 2014, which is published annually by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
There is also a lack of international monitoring of the progress being made in the process by the North Korea authorities.
A major reason for this is that the North Koryo has not taken steps to build a global economic network and to have a global presence in international organizations.
There has also been a lack in the international role of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the management of