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Lessons from Great Leaders

Lessons from the character and achievements of historical figures

Lessons from great leaders series.

What sets apart individuals we admire? Can we uncover valuable lessons from the character and achievements of historical figures to guide modern organizational management? Whether you’re a multinational corporation’s president or a local charity event organizer, this exploration offers personal inspiration and practical tools for fostering sustainable growth. In this series, each article delves into three readily available works on a historic life, with a focus on a particular issue relevant today.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Lessons for promoting respect and camaraderie while in opposition

Lee Iacocca

Lessons for Innovating within Entrenched Systems

Leonardo Da Vinci

Lessons for Achieving Practical Results through Creativity

Amelia Earhart

Lessons for overcoming “No”

Harry Truman

Lessons for Maintaining Integrity in the face of public criticism

Clara Barton

Lessons on the power of compassion

Ben Franklin

Lessons for Networking in the Distributed Workplace

Teddy Roosevelt

Lessons for Fostering Organizational Success

Back Office Systems

Farm Innovation Series

Human Resources

Lessons from Great Leaders

Leveraging Technology

Organization

Teams and Teamwork

Architectural Art

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