“Leadership is the thing that wins battles. I have it but I’ll be damned if I can define it.” –General George S. Patton Leadership is often daunting. Because every situation is different, there is no foolproof, one-size-fits-all approach to learning the ropes. Instead there are a dizzying number of competing ideas and theories which you may find contradictory. The Leader’s Mentor offers a guide through the maze … and also offers pointers as you undertake the leadership learning process. –FROM THE INTRODUCTION
Leadership skills can be learned and the best teachers are the leaders themselves. Drawing on the experiences of leaders in all fields of human endeavor and also the scholarship of leadership experts, The Leader’s Mentor offers inspiration and advice for anyone taking on a leadership role.
INSPIRATION FROM MORE THAN 200 LEADERS AND VISIONARIES, INCLUDING: Rosa Parks Jack Welch Oprah Winfrey The men of Omaha Beach Eleanor Roosevelt Winston Churchill Mahatma Gandhi Martin Luther King, Jr. Vince Lombardi Estée Lauder Rudolph Giuliani Donald Trump Ian Jackman (www.ianjackman.com) is a writer, ghostwriter, editor, and former managing director of the Modern Library. He is the author of The Writer’s Mentor and The Artist’s Mentor.
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About Ian Jackman
Ian Jackman is a writer, ghostwriter, editor, and former managing director of the Modern Library.
Published by Random House Reference Mar 25, 2009| 320 Pages| ISBN 9780307537119