Nelson's Way: Leadership Lessons from the Great Commander

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Nicholas Brealey, Sep 22, 2005 - Business & Economics - 234 pages
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"Nelson showed loyalty to his captains, his officers and his men, and he expected this of them in return. Jones and Gosling ask a series of provocative leadership questions inspired by Nelson's own approach to leading: Why be a leader? Do you need to be an expert in your field to lead your field? Should you be visible and lead form the front, or practise quiet leadership? How do you balance your personal and working life? Why be a team player? Can you be a leader and a manager? Why should others follow you? What will be your legacy?"--Jacket.

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Jonathan Gosling is the Director of the Centre for Leadership Studies of the University of Exeter. Previously Director of the Strategic Leaders' Unit at Lancaster University and of the International Masters in Practising Management, Jonathan's research focuses on leadership and ethics in current strategic change, and on contemporary innovations in leadership development.

Stephanie Jones studied maritime history and has lectured at the London School of Economics. After an international career in management consulting she currently lectures in leadership to students and executives and is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Leadership Studies at Exeter. She is currently based in Dubai and lectures worldwide. She has published over 20 books on business and management techniques.

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