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Book of Leadership Wisdom Classic Writings by Legendary Business Leaders

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ISBN-10: 0471294551

ISBN-13: 9780471294559

Edition: 1998

Authors: Peter Krass

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This is an anthology of essays and speeches from leaders such as Andrew Carnegie, Al Dunlap, Bill Gates and Jack Welch. The essays discuss the qualities leaders should have, how leaders can lead by example and how to lead whilst encouraging change.
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Book details

List price: $63.00
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/15/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 512
Size: 6.22" wide x 9.27" long x 1.57" tall
Weight: 1.672
Language: English

The Necessary Qualities
Taking the Hype Out of Leadership
If "Business Credibility" Means Anything
The Active Qualities of Leaders
A. Montgomery Ward: The Elements of Personal Power
The Real Essence of Business
Dealing with Adversity
Business Leaders: It's Up to Us to Recover the Industrial Leadership
Global Competitiveness: America in the Eye of the Hurricane
The People Principle
Roving Leadership
The Woman Executive
The Businessman at
Visions of Progress
Machine and Progress
The Fabulous Future
Innovation: The Fruit of Success
Techno Vision
A View from Olympus
Evolving Perspectives on Labor
Labor Relations: The Division of Wealth
Some Thoughts on Industrial Unrest
Procter: How We Divide with Our Men
Crawford: Good Human Relations: The Solution of Labor Problems
Business and Labor
Creating an Empowering Environment for Alll Employees
Company Culture
Trust in People
Ethics: A Global Business Challenge
Ethical Managers Makes Their Own Rules
Greenfield: Lead with Your Values
American and Japanese Styles
Habits and Idiosyncracies
Failure Is a Word I Don't Accept
Take Your Idea and See It Through
Self-Discipline Calles Key to Success
The Wonder of Routine
In the Public Eye
Reviewing Youself
I Never Make an Appointment
I Answer the Telephone Myself
Motivators and Mentors
The Case of the Oriental Rug
How I Get My Ideas Across
I Can Raise Better Men Than I Can Hire
The Secret of Business Is the Management of Men
Business Is a Young Man's Game
Are You a Job-Holder or a Result-Getter?
The Making of a Successful Businessman
Leading Revolution
Reality-Based Leadership: Changes in the Workplace
Real Leader Create Industries
Managing a Creative Organization
Do It Now!
Preserve Order Amid Change
How to Keep a Business Growing
Author Index
Credits and Sources