The author of Lincoln on Leadership analyzes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s leadership of the Civil Rights movement, from his commitment to peaceful means to his powerful optimism, and applies them to the challenges of business management.
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Leadership motivational speaker Donald T. Phillips, who has previously drawn organizational lessons for modern businesses from the careers of Abraham Lincoln and the Founding Fathers, turns to civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. as a role model. A discussion of the Montgomery bus boycott, for example, draws out such principles as "Set goals and create a plan of action" and "Involve the people." More effective as a self-help book for business than as a biography, it does provide a useful introduction to King's life.About the Author:
Donald T. Phillips is a widely recognized figure in the field of leadership. His previous books include LINCOLN ON LEADERSHIP, THE FOUNDING FATHERS ON LEADERSHIP, and ON THE BRINK: THE LIFE AND LEADERSHIP OF NORMAN BRINKER. He speaks frequently around the country to various corporations, government groups, and professional organizations.
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Book Description Grand Central Publishing, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. perfect. Bookseller Inventory # 420-110917003
Book Description Grand Central Publishing, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110446523674