Victory Principles: Leadership Lessons from D-Day

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VICTORY Principles is written in the three part format of a Staff Ride, the same technique used to train army officers. A Staff Ride focuses the study of history on leadership "lessons learned" that can be applied in the future. Part one of this book is the fascinating story of D-Day itself. Part two describes seven universal leadership lessons, the VICTORY Principles. Part three is a guide to the battlefield sites on the northern coast of France. In VICTORY Principles, Colonel Kloeber uses his extensive ...

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Overview

VICTORY Principles is written in the three part format of a Staff Ride, the same technique used to train army officers. A Staff Ride focuses the study of history on leadership "lessons learned" that can be applied in the future. Part one of this book is the fascinating story of D-Day itself. Part two describes seven universal leadership lessons, the VICTORY Principles. Part three is a guide to the battlefield sites on the northern coast of France. In VICTORY Principles, Colonel Kloeber uses his extensive experience from a thirty year career in the military and as a corporate executive to relate the lessons learned from military history to contemporary business and personal leadership.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781600375910
  • Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Col. Leonard Kloeber, Jr. has hands-on practical experience as a leader in both military and business organizations. A 1971 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and honor graduate of the U.S. Army General Staff Officer Course, Colonel Kloeber has over thirty years experience in command and staff positions in small and large military organizations. He has commanded units at the company, battalion, and brigade level and also held senior general staff positions. His business experience includes leadership positions in a broad range of private and public organizations. He has led and managed start-up businesses and also held leadership positions with large public companies. His line and staff assignments include over twenty years of line management experience and nine years as a senior human resources executive for a large multinational company.

Len also has an MBA from Boston University and a JD from William Mitchell College of Law. He and his wife, Jevne, live in Prior Lake, Minnesota.

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