Great! What Makes Leaders Great. What They Did, How They Did It and What You Can Learn from It

ISBN-10: 1621015203

ISBN-13: 9781621015208

Edition: 2011

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Description: At a time when America is crying out for leadership, Great What Makes Leaders Great: What They Did, How They Did It, and What You Can Learn From It is a timely reminder of the boldness of exceptional American leadership. Within its pages, it brings to life the names, stories, legacies and achievements of a number of truly remarkable individuals, some long forgotten by modern history. Walter P. Chrysler, founder of Chrysler Motors, now the Chrysler Corporation stated, An institution is the refection of the people who guide it. The dominant theme in Great echoes Chrysler s sentiments. Effective leadership does matter. Great leaders have a strong enduring influence and impact upon the performance of their companies. Great leaders build great companies. The book is based upon the groundbreaking research of 160 influential American leaders, spanning over 235 years, from George Washington to Bill Gates. It places leadership into a historical context, illustrating how their concepts, principles and methods were developed, forged and evolved into contemporary leadership s best practices. Weaving together their words and stories into a rich fabric, Great leads readers through the paths these individuals forged, the barriers, adversities and failures they weathered and the battles they fought for their personal beliefs and values. It details the bold and decisive actions they took in the face of economic downturns, depressions and financial panics, far worse than what the country is currently experiencing. Readers will be absorbed into the characteristics of the resolve, determination, persistence, perseverance and refusal to quit that differentiated them from their competitors. Great clarifies the numerous ways the great leaders took advantage of emerging opportunities, often creating demand for their products where none existed. Readers will discover just what made them grand architects, who were able to forge building blocks of growth while possessing a zeal for executing their plans and strategies. The book spotlights how the dimensions of humanity, humility, empathy and compassion were woven into their characters, which are emphasized through factual accounts and stories. Great reveals their perceptions of wealth creation and profitability, as well as organizational sustainability. It compares and contrasts them with many contemporary attitudes and practices. Great is intended to inspire readers to reclaim America s greatness, one individual at a time. Step-by-step, the book illustrates the paths, values, beliefs and examples that the great leaders left for us to follow. It is a call to action for all who wish to become more effective, if not a great leader.

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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Majorium Business Press
Publication date: 2/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 422
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Language: English

Timothy F. Bednarz, Ph.D., the author of more than 125 books in the Pinpoint Skill Development Training Series, is CEO of the American Management Development Group, Inc. For over 20 years he has researched, designed and authored hundreds of learning and development programs used by Fortune 1000 companies.

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