The Foundation of Washington's Leadership Principles
This chapter examines the foundation of the leadership principles of George Washington. It highlights the difficulties of Washington's early experiences in leadership and how he reacted to and learned from his failures. It describes parallels between Washington's life and those who work in today's business world and gives examples of leadership in business that reflects some of the principles Washington learned including the need to be organized, make sound decisions, and implement those decisions.
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