Lorenz on Leadership: Lessons on Effectively Leading People, Teams and Organizations
by Stephen R. Lorenz
Publisher: Air University Press 2012
Number of pages: 205
If you want to learn about leadership, ask an experienced leader. Gen Stephen R. Lorenz shares his knowledge in this compilation. He believes everyone is a leader in one way or another and should practice the art of leadership by writing about his or her own experiences and mentoring others.
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