8 Lessons In Military Leadership For Entrepreneurs

Author: Robert T. Kiyosaki
Editor: Plata Pub
ISBN: 9781612680538
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Robert Kiyosaki’s new book 8 Lessons in Leadership draws from his years at the Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point and his service in the United Sates Marine Corps. With compelling stories and examples and a engaging way of comparing and contrasting two very different cultures and value systems, Robert shares the challenges he faced in transitioning to civilian life&hellipwhere chain of command and team-over-self--once so black and white--were muddy and distorted. "Permission to speak freely, sir?" Count on it. This is Robert Kiyosaki--and he does just that, in the forthright and no-nonsense style that readers have come to expect and appreciate. From Robert's perspective, military training shapes lives and supports entrepreneurship. The training, discipline, and leadership skills taught in the military can be leveraged for huge success in the civilian world of business. Highlights of 8 Lessons in Leadership include sections on Mission and Team, Discipline, Respect, Authority, Speed, the Power of Connectivity, Leaders as Teachers, Sales and Leadership.

Military Leadership Lessons Of The Charleston Campaign 1861 1865

Author: Kevin Dougherty
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476614539
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This is an exploration of the Charleston Campaign in the Civil War through the lens of leadership. Part One, “Understanding Charleston,” contains a discussion of leadership, a campaign overview, and a brief introduction to the key participants. Part Two, “Leadership Vignettes,” includes 21 scenarios that span the actions of the most senior leaders down to those of individual soldiers. Each scenario provides the context, explains the action in the terms of leadership lessons learned, and concludes with a list of “take-aways” to crystallize the lessons for the reader. The book ends with summary information and a set of conclusions about leadership during the Charleston Campaign. Although it featured some of the era’s most advanced military technology, the Charleston Campaign was decided by more than just shot and shell, and this book offers a perspective of the campaign as a leadership laboratory.

Leadership Lessons From The Ancient World

Author: Arthur Cotterell
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
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As the demand for comparative studies of leadership rises, managers and trainers are looking harder than ever for new studies to which trainees will not bring preconceived idea. This unique book delivers just that. Though the contexts have changed, the examination of ancient events from a business perspective provides a wealth of useful insights on how the process of leadership works. From China’s first emperor Liu Bang on vision and Pericles on integrity to Alexander the Great on communication and Ramesses II on courage, Leadership Lessons from the Ancient World combines history with business to show that the universal strategies used by great leaders of the past are still relevant today.

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8 Principles Of Entrepreneurship

Author: Daniel Corrales
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781982027711
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This book is a quick read, but powerful and packed with valuable lessons from an entrepreneur who earned an MBA from the Forbes School of Business. He has launched several businesses while advising and consulting for big companies like Adtalem Global Education, private and public companies, non-profits, churches and senior military leaders. Many business, self-help, and entrepreneurship books will explain how to start a business, things you need to do, or at best a self-assessment to see if you would make a good entrepreneur. This book transcends the typical clich� pep talk and gives you eight principles that will guide you through the myriad of dynamic situations that you and all entrepreneurs will face. Are you serious about being an entrepreneur? This very simple, clear, and to the point reference will help mold you into the entrepreneur you want to become. The author wrote this book just the way he talks, so don't expect a lot of fancy big words, lots of research and statistics, or boring theories. This distilled expose of the author's mind spills the secrets of an entrepreneur who has advised senior military advisers, business owners, religious leaders, non-profits, start-ups, and much more in a short book that gets straight to the point. Don't overlook the value of the information in this short book. Learn the principles, love them, live them, and watch them change you into a fast paced, creative, smart and extremely confident entrepreneur.

Leading With Honor

Author: Lee Ellis
Editor: Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN: 0983879311
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Make Every Step Count on Your Leadership Journey How did American Military leaders in the brutal POW camps of North Vietnam inspire their followers for six, seven, or eight years to remain committed to the mission, resist a cruel enemy, and return home with honor? What leadership principles engendered such extreme devotion, perseverance, and teamwork? In this powerful and practical book, Lee Ellis, a former Air Force pilot, candidly talks about his five and a half years of captivity and the fourteen key leadership principles behind this amazing story. As a successful executive coach and corporate consultant, he helps leaders of Fortune 500 companies, healthcare executives, small business owners, and entrepreneurs utilize these same pressure-tested principles to increase their personal and organizational success. In Leading with Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton, you will learn: - an approximately 250-word description of the book as you'd like to see posted online, keeping in mind that this should be enticing to consumers ? ? ? Courageous lessons from POW leaders facing torture in the crucible of captivity. How successful teams are applying these same lessons and principles. How to implement these lessons using the Coaching sessions provided in each chapter. In the book's Foreword, Senator John McCain states, "In Leading with Honor, Lee draws from the POW experience, including some of his own personal story, to illustrate the crucial impact of leadership on the success of any organization. He highlights lessons and principles that can be applied to every leadership situation." This book is ideal for individual or group study as a personal development, coaching, human resource development, or executive training resource.

George Washington S Leadership Lessons

Author: James Rees
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118039069
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From James Rees, Executive Director of Mount Vernon, comes anenlightening guide to the leadership wisdom of America's first great leader. George Washington was more than just an inspiring battlefield commander; he was critical to the founding and success of the United States ofAmerica. His leadership, his vision, and his courage united a war-torncountry and set the United States on the path to greatness. Washington's historic contribution to this nation--his leadership and his character--are as relevant and valuable today as they have ever been. This book reveals Washington's character, his leadership, his vision, and most surprising of all, his business skills and acumen. Most people aren't awarethat Washington, while all of the above, was also a successful businessman and visionary entrepreneur. Exhibiting qualities sorely lacking in so many of our political and business leaders today, Washington remained steadfastly honest and ethical,following guiding principles that would benefit leaders around the world. George Washington's Leadership Lessons reveals a man of true character,worthy of emulation not just in the realm of politics and war, but in allleadership positions.

Reinventing Education

Author: Louis V. Gerstner
Editor: NAL
ISBN: 9780452271456
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The Next Century Schools program was launched by the RJR Nabisco Foundation to fund bold ideas for fundamental change in public education. This is the landmark book about that program and the schools that have participated. Now is the time for action, and this book is about one thing only--solutions.

Who S Who Among African Americans

Author: Kristen B. Mallegg
Editor: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9781414400204
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Chronicles the achievements of over twenty-one thousand African Americans.

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Government Reports Annual Index

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The Future Of Educational Entrepreneurship

Author: Frederick M. Hess
Editor: Harvard Educational Publishing Group
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In The Future of Educational Entrepreneurship, Hess discovers avenues, challenges, and the wide-ranging benefits of allowing entrepreneurial activity in public schools. This book gives educational entrepreneurship much-needed attention and elucidation.

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Entrepreneurship And Business Culture

Author: Mark Casson
Editor: Edward Elgar Pub
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Trust is increasingly recognized as a crucial aspect of successful economic relationships, albeit a diffcult one to define, and Mark Casson has been at the forefront of recent research in this area. In this sequel to his classic work The Entrepreneur, Professor Casson examines how the entrepreneurial firm succeeds by synthesizing information from different sources. The quality of this information is just as important as the quantity and the cheapest way to ensure quality is through a moral obligation to tell the truth. The author argues that a nation needs to invest in social institutions, such as schools, families and organized religion, in order to instill a sense of moral obligation and so sustain entrepreneurial success. Themes raised in this important volume include cultural perspectives on economic issues, entrepreneurship in a cultural context and the political economy of national culture. Entrepreneurship and Business Culture presents a state-of-the-art analysis of entrepreneurship and the social structures in which it is embedded. Together with its companion volume, The Organization of International Business, this topical and wide-ranging book offers a definitive analysis of the importance of trust in economic life as well as the related concepts of networking, consultation and empowerment.

Crafting Civilian Control Of The Armed Forces

Author: Harold Antanas Trinkunas
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Glencoe Language Arts Vocabulary Power Workbook Grade 8 Tae

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Victory

Author: Larry Broughton
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ISBN: 9780998284828
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In VICTORY, award-winning entrepreneur, Larry Broughton, walks you through seven revolutionary strategies you need to effectively launch and grow your business and transform your life. Each revolutionary strategy includes simple action steps which culminate in a VICTORY Success Plan.