Real life leadership

Shelton, Ken
April 1999
Executive Excellence;Apr99, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p2
Presents various leadership principles, as discussed in books by several effective leaders in the United States. Includes Robert A. Lutz in the book `Guts'; Martin Puris in the book `Comeback'; Brian Muirhead and William L. Simon in the book `High Velocity.'


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