Winston Churchill was a wise, witty, and inspiring leader who ran England like a great corporation. With this book, businesspeople can follow his example and become better leaders themselves.
Presenting engaging lessons on leadership, this book profiles Winston Churchill as a CEO who ran wartime Britain like a great corporation, meeting the day-to-day challenges that executives and managers face consistently.
Steven F. Hayward is a senior fellow of the Pacific Research Institute, a public policy think-tank based in San Francisco, and a contributing editor for Reason magazine. He holds a doctorate in history from the Claremont Graduate School.
"Perhaps the finest book on practical leadership ever written."
— Brian Tracy
"Winston Churchill once said, 'We are all worms. But I do believe that I am a glow worm.' His business acumen, grounded in candor, glows in this uncommon management guide."
— Cathy Madison, Utne Reader
"This book is must reading for today's business leaders and entrepreneurs."
— Fred W. Mackenback, retired president and CEO, The Lincoln Electric Company
"Churchill on Leadership demonstrates that the principles that guided Churchill ably translate to private industry today . . . [I]f you remove Churchill from his political context, he would have the résumé to be among the great business leaders of any age."
— Business Times
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