George Washington's Leadership Lessons: What the Father of Our Country Can Teach Us About Effective Leadership and Character
From James Rees, Executive Director of Mount Vernon, comes anenlightening guide to the leadership wisdom of America's first great leader. George Washington was more than just an inspiring battlefield commander; he was critical to the founding and success of the United States ofAmerica. His leadership, his vision, and his courage united a war-torncountry and set the United States on the path to greatness. Washington's historic contribution to this nation--his leadership and his character--are as relevant and valuable today as they have ever been.
This book reveals Washington's character, his leadership, his vision, and most surprising of all, his business skills and acumen. Most people aren't awarethat Washington, while all of the above, was also a successful businessman and visionary entrepreneur.
Exhibiting qualities sorely lacking in so many of our political and business leaders today, Washington remained steadfastly honest and ethical,following guiding principles that would benefit leaders around the world. George Washington's Leadership Lessons reveals a man of true character,worthy of emulation not just in the realm of politics and war, but in allleadership positions.
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Leadership Lesson 2 A Leader Is Honest
Leadership Lesson 3 A Leader Has Ambition
Leadership Lesson 4 A Leader Is Courageous
Leadership Lesson 5 A Leader Has SelfControl
Leadership Lesson 6 A Leader Takes Personal
Leadership Lesson 7 A Leader Is Determined
Leadership Lesson 8 A Leader Has a Strong Work
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George Washington's Leadership Lessons: What the Father of Our Country Can ...
James Rees,Stephen J. Spignesi
Predogled ni na voljo - 2011
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