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📒Leadership Lessons Of Abraham Lincoln ✍ Abraham Lincoln
✏Leadership Lessons of Abraham Lincoln Book Summary : Presents excerpts from the former president's letters, speeches, and other writings that best evoke inspiration, in an effort to help today's business leaders apply his principles in work and life.
📒Leadership ✍ Doris Kearns Goodwin
✏Leadership Book Summary : In this culmination of five decades of acclaimed studies in presidential history, Doris Kearns Goodwin offers an illuminating exploration of the origin, uncertain growth, and finally, the exercise of fully developed leadership. Are leaders born or made? Where does ambition come from? How does adversity affect the growth of leadership? Does the man make the times or does the times make the man? In Leadership Goodwin draws upon four of the presidents she has studied - Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson - to show how they first recognized leadership qualities within themselves, and were recognized as leaders by others. By looking back to their first entry into public life, when their paths were filled with confusion, hope, and fear, we can share their struggles and follow their development into leaders. Leadership tells the story of how they all collided with dramatic reversals that disrupted their lives and threatened to forever shatter their ambitions. Nonetheless, they all emerged fitted to confront the contours and dilemmas of their times. No common pattern describes the trajectory of leadership. Although set apart in background, abilities and temperament, they shared a fierce ambition, a hunger to succeed beyond expectations. All four, at their best, were guided by a sense of moral purpose that led them at moments of great challenge to summon their talents to enlarge the opportunities and lives of others. This seminal work provides a roadmap for aspiring and established leaders. In today's polarized world, these stories of authentic leadership in time of surpassing fracture and fear take on a singular urgency.
✏Leadership Lessons Winston Churchill Dwight Eisenhower John Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ronald Reagan Margaret Thatcher Book Summary : This book - Will Peters's second volume of leadership lessons - puts the spotlight on six great political leaders whose lives offer endless lessons for people who aim to lead, whether they want to go into politics, start a business, or take over the local school board. Every leader is unique, and these six - Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher - each faced his or her own problems and found creative ways to deal with them. But they also shared qualities vital to any leader, and their stories will both inspire readers and teach practical ways to succeed and win loyalty.
📒Abraham Lincoln ✍ John Kennedy
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📒Leadership Lessons ✍ Greg Swartz
✏Leadership Lessons Book Summary : Great leaders and achievers-the masters and great ones do not owe their success to luck, birth, or mindless risk taking. Rather, insight, achievement, and leadership are not the result of happenstance - but of self-knowledge, training, and hard work. According to the authors great achievers throughout history-from Michelangelo to Einstein, Madame Curie to Bill Gates, Colonel Sanders to General Eisenhower-all have leadership characteristics that can be distilled into 10 key actions for extraordinary success.
📒Abraham Lincoln ✍ Elton Trueblood
✏Abraham Lincoln Book Summary : Many writers have explored Lincoln's leadership; others have debated Lincoln's ambiguous religious identity. But in this classic work, Christian philosopher and statesman Elton Trueblood reveals how Lincoln's leadership skills flowed directly from his religious convictions—which explains how the president was able to combine what few leaders can hold together: moral resoluteness with a shrewd ability to compromise; confidence in his cause while refusing to succumb to the traps of self-righteousness or triumphalism; and a commitment to victory while never losing sight of his responsibility for—or the humanity of—his enemy. These rich meditations offer deep wisdom and insight on one of the most effective leaders of all time.
📒Lincoln Speaks To Leaders ✍ Gene Griessman
✏Lincoln Speaks to Leaders Book Summary : Contemporary marketplace leaders outline leadership advice from one of America's most admired presidents--Abraham Lincoln--and explain how to apply those lessons to today's business environments.
📒100 Valuable Leadership Lessons From 10 U S Presidents ✍ George Ilian
✏100 Valuable Leadership Lessons from 10 U S Presidents Book Summary : Learn the leadership lessons of: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan We are fortunate enough to have a lot of content around us that teaches leadership. We even have the power to excavate important lessons from some of the most historical figures in history. Today's business leaders can learn a lot by looking back on the important lessons bestowed by great men like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and John F. Kennedy. This is true no matter how you might feel about their differing policies, beliefs or skills. Effective leadership is essential for being President. That's a given. So is the fact that CEOs of corporations must be great leaders. However, even if you have a small business or are self-employed, you too can benefit from being a great leader - perhaps even more that a CEO of a large corporation. The most effective leaders act from their set of core values. Sure, some people might not align with those values but those are not the people you should focus on anyway. To be a great leader, you must take those values and cultivate them into a vision. That's what the lessons highlighted throughout this book are going to show you. Can you adapt your leadership style to meet the unexpected? Are you ready to get started?
📒Cigars Whiskey And Winning ✍ Al Kaltman
✏Cigars Whiskey and Winning Book Summary : Long before leadership became identified as the catalyst for corporate success, the Civil War's winning general was showing the world how dynamic leadership is the crucial determinant of victory or defeat.Ulysses S. Grant never sought fame of glory, nor did he try to tie his performance to personal reward. Instead, he concentrated on contribution and service. He looked upon being given increased responsibility not as increasing his power, but as increasing his ability to get the job done. "The great thing about Grant...is his perfect correctness and persistency of purpose." (Abraham Lincoln) In this masterful retelling of Grant's story, Al Kaltman draws on Grant's writings and life experiences to present a series of practical lessons on how to get superior performance from the troops. Going beyond mere "how-to's", Cigars, Whiskey & Winning deals with character traits, core beliefs, and fundamental values to reveal the secrets to becoming a winning leader that are as much about "who to be" as "what to do". And there isn't a chart, table, or checklist in sight-just a handy index of lessons for ready inspiration on demand.
📒Military Leadership Lessons Of The Charleston Campaign 1861 1865 ✍ Kevin Dougherty
✏Military Leadership Lessons of the Charleston Campaign 1861 1865 Book Summary : This is an exploration of the Charleston Campaign in the Civil War through the lens of leadership. Part One, “Understanding Charleston,” contains a discussion of leadership, a campaign overview, and a brief introduction to the key participants. Part Two, “Leadership Vignettes,” includes 21 scenarios that span the actions of the most senior leaders down to those of individual soldiers. Each scenario provides the context, explains the action in the terms of leadership lessons learned, and concludes with a list of “take-aways” to crystallize the lessons for the reader. The book ends with summary information and a set of conclusions about leadership during the Charleston Campaign. Although it featured some of the era’s most advanced military technology, the Charleston Campaign was decided by more than just shot and shell, and this book offers a perspective of the campaign as a leadership laboratory.