Rangers Lead the Way: The Army Rangers Guide to Leading Your Organization Through Chaos

Rangers Lead the Way: The Army Rangers Guide to Leading Your Organization Through Chaos

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by Dean Hohl, Maryann Karinch
     
 

The Army Rangers are known for their solid teamwork, single-minded pursuit of goals, and commitment to excellence. In Rangers Lead the Way, authors Dean Hohl and Maryann Karinch show how you can adapt the Rangers' principles of leadership and teamwork to the workplace -- and generate incredible results. Rangers Lead the Way shows you how to instill the values, lessons…  See more details below

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The Army Rangers are known for their solid teamwork, single-minded pursuit of goals, and commitment to excellence. In Rangers Lead the Way, authors Dean Hohl and Maryann Karinch show how you can adapt the Rangers' principles of leadership and teamwork to the workplace -- and generate incredible results. Rangers Lead the Way shows you how to instill the values, lessons, and insights that are essential to helping your team survive, thrive, and triumph over the competition.

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ISBN-13:
9781580625982
Publisher:
Adams Media Corporation
Publication date:
05/01/2003
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.12(h) x 0.77(d)

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As an Army Ranger, Dean Hohl endured Ranger School, in which he was forced to figure out how to survive 14 days in the woods with only 14 meals. He later parachuted into Panama during the U.S. invasion. Now a consultant who leads corporate types through Ranger-style boot camps, Hohl and co-author Maryann Karinch make a convincing case that business leaders can benefit from the same type of training Rangers are given. Organizations need leaders who are flexible and communicative, he argues in an engaging and illustrative way. Hohl resists the temptation to dwell too much on his own war stories, although at times he¿d do well to rely more on his experiences and less on bloodless summaries of corporate problems seemingly parroted from the business press. We recommend this book to any manager who leads or works with a team. If you wish that your team could act like a Ranger platoon, start reading.