Leadership

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Time Warner, 2003 - Leadership - 407 pages
Shortly after the terrible events of 11th September 2001, Rudolph Giuliani came to be known worldwide as a figure of authority and command. In this book he aims to teach profound and practical lessons, and provide an insight into his own ideas and values.

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I was originally required to read this book as part of a class i was taking in college. At first i was not excited about it, but as soon as i picked it up I could not put it down i have always been a ... Read full review

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Leadership GulianiKnow the basics of how stuff works, just don't get mired in the details: Knowing the small details of a large system leaves a leader open to charges of micromanaging. But ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

RUDOLPH W. GIULIANI is a former US attorney who became the 107th mayor of New York in 1993, and was re-elected in 1997. He lives in Manhattan. KEN KURSON, who worked on the book with Mayor Giuliani, is editor-at-large at Money and a contributing editor for Esquire.

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