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Founding Leadership - Lessons on Business and Personal Leadership From the Men Who Brought You the American Revolution - cover

Founding Leadership - Lessons on Business and Personal Leadership From the Men Who Brought You the American Revolution

Brent Taylor

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Features timeless leadership principles for everywhere from the C-suite to the kitchen table
Teaches US History and great leadership
Shows readers how to become a leader while avoiding the pitfalls
Addresses themes of self-identity, personal leadership style, vision casting, and character
Includes great principles for students, executives, parents, and teachers
Appeals to those who are leaders and/or want to become better leaders

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