Donald t phillips has written a solid and engaging book it has been hailed by critics and leaders in business, sports, and every other arena as a common sense masterpiece of historical and character analysis the book is divided into key lessons, each representing an aspect of president abraham lincoln's leadership. Also check out: what is leadership, colin powell on leadership and leadership skill-building books lincoln's reason for relieving gen john c fremont from his command in missouri (september 9, 1861) lincoln principles explain yourself in writing and offer advice on how to solve problems it is important that the. Lincoln on leadership executive strategies for tough times adopted from donald t phillips, warner books, new york, 1992 lincoln principles get out of the office and circulate among the troops • explain yourself in writing and offer advice on how to solve problems • it is important that the people know you come. What lincoln did to become our most honored and revered president is history, how he can help you to run your organization is not lincoln on leadership is the first book to examine abraham lincoln's diverse leadership abilities and how they can be applied to today's complex world you'll discover why you should. The premise of the current paper is to present a review of the book entitled “ lincoln on leader- ship,” which was written by donald t phillips the current paper presents the summary of the book, discusses the objective and target audi- ence of the book, and the structure and orga- nization of the book the final section of. Lincoln on leadership is the first book to examine abraham lincoln's diverse leadership abilities and how they can be applied to today's complex world review remarkablea lively and entertaining study that delivers uncommon good sense―usa today if lincoln's examples were taken to heart, life undoubtedly.
You can use the study guide before or after you have read the book, or as you finish each chapter the book examines lincoln's leadership practices and helps us to explore the implications for our own unique and authentic leadership work why is review tuckman's (1965) model of how teams evolve in figure 31 (p. Kirkus review an author who has published frequently on leadership and leaders—from the founding fathers to vince lombardi—returns with his second book about lincoln's leadership (lincoln on leadership, 1992) phillips (the clinton charisma: a legacy of leadership, 2007, etc) follows. Editorial reviews review remarkablea lively and entertaining study that delivers uncommon good sense―usa today if lincoln's examples were taken to heart, life undoubtedly would donald t phillips is the bestselling author of eighteen books, including lincoln on leadership and on the wing of speed he has. This is a powerful book about how to take some of lincoln's most potent leadership qualities and apply them to the modern times we live in today read this book if i were you, i'd grab a copy of the original book and the audiobook, or if you're short on time — the 20-minute book summary by flashnotes.
Lincoln and his team of rivals (the title of the book the movie is based) must jump through hoops at times quite comical, but that does not take way from the seriousness of the situation at hand the film keenly limits bloody, battlefield violence—most of the action is contained in back room dealings—rather. Lincoln on leadership has 4538 ratings and 253 reviews heather said: i really liked this book and getting to know more about abraham lincoln's leadersh. Fellow lincoln biographer, james mcpherson, reviewed the book for the new york times book review and praised it as “an elegant, incisive study instead that he was an experienced politician who was popular throughout his home state of illinois and was actually well known to national leaders.
Lincoln on leadership: executive strategies for tough times, donald t phillips at http://amznto/2goglac li lu is a participant in the amazon services llc a. Historian and author doris kearns goodwin made a career of chronicling the lives and careers of america's greatest leaders her most recent book, team of rivals: the political genius of abraham lincoln is a play-by-play of lincoln's ability to manage in the face of crisis and bring the country together after.
While it may not always be easy to follow honest abe's sterling example, the lessons one learns from reading this book are sure to inspire and give rise to some deep contemplation about the role of the leader in organizations both small and large, and reaffirm one's faith in the principles lincoln held so deeply.