Leadership

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Miamax, Jan 5, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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Rudolph W. Giuliani's management and decision-making skills have proven to be outstanding through his years as U.S. district attorney and his two terms as mayor of New York City. And on September 11th, 2001, Giuliani emerged as America's steady hand. In this program, Rudolph Giuliani shares with listeners the principles of leadership that guided him then, and throughout his career. He talks about how he was able to take control, show leadership, and make it clear to New Yorkers and the world that under his stewardship, they were in safe hands.

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I was surprised that this book talked more about his management style running New York City and not about conservative politics and principles. He espouses basic principles about leadership that would ... Read full review

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September 11 2001
3
First Things First
29
Prepare Relentlessly
51
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Rudolph Giuliani was born in 1944 in Brooklyn, NY. He attended Manhattan College and NYU Law School, graduating magna cum laude in 1968. He became the 107th mayor of New York City in 1993 and was re-elected in 1997. Leadership was first book. He is currently writing another book about his years as US Attorney, to be published by Miramax Books. He is the founder of Giuliani Partners, a consulting firm. He lives in Manhattan. Ken Kurson is a contributing editor and financial columnist at Esquire magazine and an editor-at-large for Money. He is the author of The Green Magazine Guide to Personal (1998). He lives outside New York City.

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