Item description for The Pillars of Leadership (Leaders in Action Series,) by David J. Vaughan...
The Pillars of Leadership is a look at the essential qualities of leadership and a demonstration of how leaders from the past can influence a new generation of leaders today. The lessons are drawn from such men as Patrick Henry, Robert E. Lee, Booker T. Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, G. K. Chesterton, and Winston Churchill.
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Studio: Highland Books (TN)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.01" Width: 7" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2000
Publisher Highland Books (TN)
ISBN 1581820607 ISBN13 9781581820607
Availability 0 units.
More About David J. Vaughan
Vaughan is editor of the monthly newsletter Connecting Beyond, an associate editor of the St. Louis Metrovoice newspaper, the pastor of Liberty Christian Church, and the director of Liberty Leadership Institute.
David J. Vaughan currently resides in the state of Missouri. David J. Vaughan was born in 1955.
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In the top three Jul 30, 2007
I have read many, many books on leadership and this would definitely go in the top three. It does not beat around the bush about the fact that the root problem is really the home and the father's responsibility to raise his children to be leaders.
It is interesting, thought provoking, challenging and helpful. It is a MUST READ for anyone in a leadership role. This book is even great for dad's!
Stimulating Inspiration Apr 29, 2000
This a truly great book about the integrity of various leaders. In a departure from the approach of most leadership literature, such as the corporate or political approach, Vaughan employs the biographical approach and studies the essence of leadership by examining the character traits of great leaders: Christopher Columbus, Patrick Henry, William Wilberforce, Robert E. Lee, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Kuyper, G. K. Chesterton, C. S. Lewis and Winston Churuchill. The reader is inspired by the virtue of these great men. Pillars of Leadership is extensively documented, interesting and stimulating. This is a book for educators, statesmen, pastors and anyone else desiring to make a positive and lasting impact in the world.