As with other consequential presidents before him, Ronald Reagan is emerging as a historical figure transcending the partisan politics of his time.
Reagan on Leadership explores his leadership approach.
Here are 15 top Reagan leadership lessons:
Leadership matters. Adolf Hitler’s accession to the chancellorship of Germany on Monday, 30 January 1933 is a stark, tragic reminder why.
He assumed office following partisan parliamentary maneuvering intended to clarify governance in the aftermath of inconclusive electoral results.
His rise to power was made possible by an improbable confluence of contingencies.
One thing is clear: spectacular failures of leadership, symbolized by the ill-fated Weimar Republic, threw the doors open for the Nazi regime.
Hitler promised a reset, built on the foundation of his twisted “leadership principle.”
Have you drafted the blueprint for your life?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks for twenty minutes on this fundamental question.
Who Are You Serving?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. offers a brilliant analysis of service.
Who Am I Serving?
How Can I Best Serve?
Am I Making My Unique Contribution?
What Am I Learning?
Morning: "What good shall I do this day?"
Evening: "What good have I done today?"