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Lincoln On Leadership by Donald Thomas Phillips

Title Lincoln On Leadership
Author Donald Thomas Phillips
Publisher Donald T Phillips
Release 2009
Category Political leadership
Total Pages 188
ISBN 0615301029
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lincoln on Leadership for Today by Donald T. Phillips

Title Lincoln on Leadership for Today
Author Donald T. Phillips
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release 2017-02-07
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 341
ISBN 0544814568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Phillips has a gift for making 19th-century history relevant for the 21st century . . . a marvelous way to think about our current policy woes.” —Douglas Brinkley, New York Times-bestselling author of American Moonshot How can President Lincoln’s wisdom be applied to the most pressing conflicts of modern-day America? With a fresh and perceptive reading of Lincoln’s own writings and speeches, bestselling author Donald T. Phillips reveals how America’s sixteenth president handled many of the same national dilemmas we face today. Looking to his exemplary leadership of a fractured nation, Phillips offers a deeply relevant analysis of how Lincoln’s example could help forge solutions to the many issues and divisions challenging our country now. “[An] intelligent and often moving look at one of the nation’s greatest presidents . . . Using his extensive knowledge of Lincoln, Phillips makes convincing cases throughout for what the nineteenth-century statesman’s opinion would be on a wide array of issues faced by the twenty-first-century United States, including climate change, torture, immigration, and equal pay for women. For readers who find present-day politics almost too much to contemplate, Phillips’s closing vision of Lincoln witnessing the ‘current state of affairs’ will be especially poignant and bittersweet.” —Publishers Weekly

Summary Lincoln on Leadership by BusinessNews Publishing

Title Summary Lincoln on Leadership
Author BusinessNews Publishing
Publisher Primento
Release 2014-10-14
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 15
ISBN 251101792X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The must-read summary of Donald T. Phillips' book: "Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times". This complete summary of the ideas from Donald T. Phillips' book "Lincoln on Leadership" analyzes Abraham Lincoln's leadership style, his character, his communication techniques and how he moved the country forward. In his book, the author explains how Lincoln was a master of creating consensus and inspiring others. His preferred method was to suggest a course of action, generally through humorous stories with strong morals, and then empower people to use their own initiative. This summary reveals the leadership secrets of Abraham Lincoln, all of which you can learn and apply to your own leadership style. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your leadership skills To learn more, read "Lincoln on Leadership" and find out how you can learn from the greatest leader and start getting the best out of people.

Lincoln on Leadership by Donald T. Phillips

Title Lincoln on Leadership
Author Donald T. Phillips
Publisher
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Total Pages 188
ISBN 9780446578059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Lincoln on Leadership
Author
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Release 2010
Category
Total Pages 8
ISBN 9781775442707
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lincoln on Leadership by Donald Thomas Phillips

Title Lincoln on Leadership
Author Donald Thomas Phillips
Publisher
Release 1992
Category Political leadership
Total Pages 188
ISBN 9780446534406
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Lincoln on Law Leadership and Life
Author Jonathan White
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release 2015-03-17
Category Reference
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1492613991
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Wisdom and stories from one of America's most unique legal minds Abraham Lincoln's success as a politician was rooted in experience in the courtroom. Despite a presidency plagued with moral and legal crises, this self-taught prairie lawyer deftly led the nation by relying on the core principles he honed in his early career: honestly, self-discipline, and a powerful sense of social responsibility. Aspiring and practicing lawyers alike often looked to Lincoln for guidance—and his hard-won wisdom is as relevant today as ever. Drawn from his correspondence with aspiring attorneys as well as observations from friends and colleagues, Lincoln on Law, Leadership, and Life is an insightful collection of Lincoln's timeless quotes, quips, and stories. "This should be required reading in every law school in America."—Frank J. Williams, retired Chief Justice, Rhode Island Supreme Court, and founding chair of The Lincoln Forum.

Martin Luther King Jr on Leadership by Donald T. Phillips

Title Martin Luther King Jr on Leadership
Author Donald T. Phillips
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release 2000-01-15
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780446675468
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Using the Civil Rights struggle as his historical perspective, the author has created a detailed and absorbing chronicle of Martin Luther King's leadership during the most tumultuous period in America's recent past.

Lincoln Speaks to Leaders by Gene Griessman

Title Lincoln Speaks to Leaders
Author Gene Griessman
Publisher Elevate
Release 2009
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 177
ISBN 9781601940285
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Contemporary marketplace leaders outline leadership advice from one of America's most admired presidents--Abraham Lincoln--and explain how to apply those lessons to today's business environments.

Leadership in War by Correlli Barnett

Title Leadership in War
Author Correlli Barnett
Publisher Pen and Sword
Release 2014-06-30
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1473842271
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the author of The Audit of War comes “a valuable read for those interested in leadership” through the 19th and early 20th centuries (StrategyPage). Throughout history, there have been those who become leaders through effort, fate, violence, or simple luck. They are leaders of men, of armies, and of nations. Some strive for the best of humanity, while others spread death and destruction. But all change history. In this controversial study, Correlli Barnett examines the strengths and weaknesses of twenty wartime leaders in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He considers the extraordinary difficulties they faced, and analyses how they performed and what they achieved. Were they successful, or were they beaten down by the burden of their roles? His book focuses on men from different backgrounds, from three continents in conflicts ranging from the American Civil War to the Second World War. They include statesmen such as Abraham Lincoln, Adolf Hitler, and Winston Churchill; generals like Ulysses S. Grant, Douglas Haig, Erwin Rommel, Georgy Zhukov, and Dwight D. Eisenhower; and admirals like Isoroku Yamamoto and Bertram Ramsay. These leaders demonstrated fascinating contrasts of personal character, styles of leadership, and aptitude for command as they grappled with the daunting professional problems that confronted them. Here, the author demolishes hallowed reputations, rehabilitates the unjustly scapegoated, and shines an unfiltered light on those who have shaped our world.

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