Warrior's Wisdom: The Combat Guide to Corporate Life
Warrior's Wisdom describes the attitudes and principles that history's great warriors and leaders have taken into combat - and applies them to the modern arena of the business world. Drawing on the experiences and insights of Hannibal, Napoleon, Rommel, Robert E. Lee, and hundreds of other military legends, Major Arthur L. Clark shows how the time-honored values of the warrior can prepare anyone in business for success at any endeavor.
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The Making of a Leader
Chain of Command
Discipline Training and Morale
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