Robert E. Lee on Leadership: Executive Lessons in Character, Courage, and Vision

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Robert E. Lee was a leader of extraordinary talents who inspired an out-gunned, out-manned army to legendary heights. The man who Teddy Roosevelt called "the very greatest of all the great captains that the English-speaking peoples have brought forth," lived a life that was a model for anyone who seeks to shoulder the profound responsibility of leading others. Robert E. Lee on Leadership is the first book to present Lee's story in a way that today's business leaders and managers can use to achieve executive ...
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Robert E. Lee was a leader of extraordinary talents who inspired an out-gunned, out-manned army to legendary heights. The man who Teddy Roosevelt called "the very greatest of all the great captains that the English-speaking peoples have brought forth," lived a life that was a model for anyone who seeks to shoulder the profound responsibility of leading others. Robert E. Lee on Leadership is the first book to present Lee's story in a way that today's business leaders and managers can use to achieve executive success. Author H. W. Crocker III illustrates the general's character, vision, and indomitable spirit in a page-turning narrative that captures the essence of true leadership. This book includes chapters that apply Lee's executive acumen to the tough battlefield of today's marketplace.
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General Lee eluded the Union army for three years and cunningly thwarted his foe by applying successful leadership and military acumen, winning many battles but losing the war. However, his reputation and legacy remain intact, suggesting leadership principles that could successfully be applied today. In very readable prose, Crocker, an executive editor at Regency Publishing and author of articles in the National Review, American Spectator, and Human Events, reviews Lee's career not only in the military but as a farmer and college president (the school now known as Washington and Lee University). At the end of each chapter, he provides a section called "Lee's Lessons"--leadership principles based on Lee's Christian lifestyle, his education (at West Point), and his character. Thought-provoking ideas for today's present and future leaders; for business collections and larger public libraries.--Steven J. Mayover, Free Lib. of Philadelphia Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781428117808
  • Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/18/2006
  • Format: CD

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H. W. Crocker III, a longtime student of Robert E. Lee, is the executive editor of Regnery Publishing, Inc., consulting editor for Eagle Book Clubs, and former speechwriter for the governor of California. He serves on the board of the Southern Military Institute, writes a column on Civil War books for Southern Partisan magazine, and has written on military history for National Review, American Spectator, and other publications. He lives in northern Virginia.
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