Practicing Leadership: Principles and Applications
This book examines traditional and contemporary approaches to leadership. Readers learn how to develop these leadership skills by analyzing how the leadership theories have been applied in current history. Recognized world leaders such as Margaret Thatcher, Lee Iacocca, and President Jimmy Carter offer their views and insights on what makes a leader.
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