New York City's "mayor of the world" describes the dynamic management, decision-making, and leadership skills that made him a success as a prosecutor and as mayor of New York City and explains how these principles helped him cope with the day-to-day running of a city, budget and human issues, and the catastrophic events of September 11, 2001. 200,000 first printing.
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Impressive & first-hand account of 9.11, of pressure & the dynamics of men in crisis. Hand-pick of mayoral staff member is fascinating too
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Absolutely gripping book by Rudolph Guiliani, mayor of New York city at the time of the World Trade Centre disaster. The book opens (predictably) with his account of that day, but also traces his past, and gives key pointers on good leadership practices. Read full review
September 11 2001
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