By Lee Ellis
Make each Step expect Your management Journey
How did American army leaders within the brutal POW camps of North Vietnam motivate their fans for 6, seven, or 8 years to stay dedicated to the undertaking, withstand a merciless enemy, and go back domestic with honor? What management rules engendered such severe devotion, perseverance, and teamwork?
In this strong and useful publication, Lee Ellis, a former Air strength pilot, candidly talks approximately his 5 and a part years of captivity and the fourteen key management ideas at the back of this remarkable tale. As a profitable government trainer and company advisor, he is helping leaders of Fortune 500 businesses, healthcare executives, small company vendors, and marketers make the most of those comparable pressure-tested rules to extend their own and organizational success.
In Leading with Honor: management classes from the Hanoi Hilton, you'll learn:
- brave classes from POW leaders dealing with torture within the crucible of captivity.
- How profitable groups are employing those comparable classes and principles.
- how one can enforce those classes utilizing the training classes supplied in each one bankruptcy.
In the book's Foreword, Senator John McCain states, ''In best with Honor, Lee attracts from the POW event, together with a few of his personal own tale, to demonstrate the the most important influence of management at the good fortune of any association. He highlights classes and rules that may be utilized to each management situation.''
This ebook is perfect for person or staff research as a private improvement, training, human source improvement, or govt education source.
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Extra info for Leading With Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton
Ford never learned why, though he asked more than once. “I was anxious to find out who had contravened my authority,” the president later wrote. “The explanations I received from the Pentagon were not satisfactory at all, and direct answers kept eluding me. ”28 Not quite. The widespread assumption at the time was that Schlesinger had been less than forthcoming in explaining Pentagon actions to the president and that Ford was simply uncomfortable with him as secretary of defense and displeased with his overall performance during the crisis.
Had it lost its will to lead and, if necessary, to fight? indd 29 4/25/11 2:44 PM 30 Ford and the Mini-Challenge of the Mayaguez German newspaper, ran a front-page editorial with the eye-catching headline, “America—A Helpless Giant,” which reflected growing European doubt about America’s willingness to defend its global interests. ”2 And yet on this beautiful Monday morning in springtime Washington, someone was indeed fishing in “troubled waters” off the coast of Cambodia, and Ford was suddenly faced with the first serious challenge of the post-Vietnam era.
But it cannot be achieved by refighting a war that is finished,” he declared. ”46 Ford was deliberately putting distance between his view of the war and the Nixon-Kissinger view. Nixon had always argued that the United States could only walk away “with honor,” or else its international reputation and leadership would be irreparably harmed. Not so, Ford concluded; the country would survive its bloody and embarrassing defeat in Vietnam and once again flourish. Nixon had traditionally taken a more gloomy view of Vietnam, Ford a more optimistic one.
Leading With Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton by Lee Ellis