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Description: The Architecture of Leadership is a simple but effective toolkit for leaders, whose main theme is "preparation = performance." Using the elements of architecture, they begin with a foundation of character and values, move to a floor representing a drive to achieve combined with the capacity to care, and continue with the framework of innate traits and acquired skills to the ceiling and roof of opportunity and performance, respectively. Supporting it all are the pillars of honesty, integrity, courage, respect, commitment, trust, ethics, and hard work.
Description: How does the U.S. Coast Guard create, instill, and maintain leadership throughout a 40,000 member force spread across the United States? A former Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard and a best-selling author combine their knowledge of the subject to offer a formula for success. Donald T. Phillips, who has written eight books on leadership, asserts that the Coast Guard is a superlative example of an...
Description: "Documents the details and the aftermath in financial and human terms of ten of the world's most tragic events"--Provided by publisher.
Description: With trademark charm and eloquence, golf's "Great White Shark" chronicles his extraordinary life and career, showing how lessons learned on pressure-packed putting greens prepared him for phenomenal success in the boardroom.
Description: Norman Brinker's accomplishments are an inspiration to everyone. His story lets you know what determination is all about. --M. Douglas Ivester, President and Chief Operating Officer, The Coca-Cola Company
Description: The author chronicles his 2004 Masters win, revealing early influences, and offering a glimpse into his personal life and relationships.
Description: Extracts valuable lessons on business leadership from the story of the Founding Fathers' struggle to create a new nation. Shows how figures such as Thomas Paine, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin faced challenges and dissension in their own ranks with a vision from which they would not stray. Includes checklists of organizational, management, strategic, and leadership lessons learned from the leaders of the American Revolution. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Description: Irish immigration to North America in the early nineteenth century.
Description: 书名原文:Lincoin on leadership
Description: The story of Duke University's 2000-2001 championship basketball season is one of a young inexperienced team, insurmountable odds, and the visionary coach that brought them to victory.