Nelson's Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Commander

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Lord Nelson's widely admired approach to leadership and management is distilled into a series of practical insights for today's managers.

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Overview

Lord Nelson's widely admired approach to leadership and management is distilled into a series of practical insights for today's managers.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781857883718
  • Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/25/2006
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.35 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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Stephanie Jones studied maritime history and economics for her doctorate and lectured at the London School of Economics. After an international career in management consulting and training, she started her current position as Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Leadership Studies at the University of Exeter and an Associate Professor at the Kuwait Maastricht Business School. Jones has written extensively on trade and shipping, and more recently, on human resource management and leadership. Jonathan Gosling is the Director of the Centre for Leadership Studies at the University of Exeter. An expert in leadership development, Gosling has directed many international programs and published widely on the subject—including co-authoring with Henry Mintzberg, The Five Minds of a Mangaer in the Harvard Business Review.
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    Posted February 15, 2007

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    In an age where true heroism seems dead, it's no surprise that modern leaders feel compelled to look to history for suitable role models. The British war hero Admiral Horatio Nelson is such a figure, although his brand of heroism wasn't as perfect as you might hope. Stephanie Jones and Jonathan Gosling, unabashed Nelson fans, analyze his life, finding both inspiration and ambiguity in his exploits. Nelson was a great leader, true, but also a reckless one who sought glory and flouted convention. This intriguing study of his life offers advice and examples that remain useful two centuries after his death. We recommend this swashbuckling biography and guide to leaders and would-be leaders who want a fresh look at management theory in practice.

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