Download or read Summary Leading From the Center PDF, written by BusinessNews Publishing and published by Primento. This book was released on 2017-01-30 with total page 44 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The must-read summary of Gil Troy's book: “Leading From the Center: Why Moderates Make the Best Presidents”. This complete summary of "Leading From the Center" by Gil Troy, a renowned presidential historian, presents his argument that the greatest presidents of American history have succeeded because of their moderation; they have always sought a golden middle ground. He suggests looking past the rhetoric of presidential campaigns and selecting moderate candidates as US presidents. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand moderate presidencies and their impact on society • Expand your knowledge of American politics and history To learn more, read "Leading From the Center" and discover how the most successful US presidents in history have led with moderation.
Download or read Leading from the Center PDF, written by Gil Troy and published by ReadHowYouWant.com. This book was released on 2009-11-04 with total page 318 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy-most would agree their presidencies were among the most successful in American history. But what made these very different men such effective leaders? According to presidential historian Gil Troy, these presidents succeeded not because of their bold political visions, but because of their moderation. Although many of the presidential hopefuls for 2008 will claim to be moderates, the word cannot conceal a political climate defined by extreme rhetoric and virulent partisanship. In Leading From the Center, Gil Troy argues that this is a distinctly un-American state of affairs. The great presidents of American history have always sought a golden mean-from Washington, who brilliantly mediated between the competing visions of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton, to Lincoln, who rescued the Union with his principled pragmatism, to the two Roosevelts, who united millions of Americans with their powerful, affirmative, nationalist visions. As America lines up to select a president for the future, Gil Troy astutely reminds us of the finest traditions of presidential leadership from our nation's past.
Download or read Prisoners of the White House PDF, written by and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2015-11-17 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Prisoners of the White House looks at the isolation experienced by presidents of the United States in the White House, a habitat almost guaranteed to keep America's commander in chief far removed from everyday life. The authors look at how this is emerging as one of the most serious dilemmas facing the American presidency. As presidents have become more isolated, the role of the presidential pollster has grown. Ken Walsh has been given exclusive access to the polls and confidential memos received by presidents over the years, and has interviewed presidential pollsters directly to gain their unique perspective. Prisoners of the White House gets inside the bubble and punctures the mythology surrounding the presidency.
Download or read The Reagan Revolution A Very Short Introduction PDF, written by Gil Troy and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2009-07-30 with total page 168 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "They called it the Reagan revolution," Ronald Reagan noted in his Farewell Address. "Well, I'll accept that, but for me it always seemed more like the great rediscovery, a rediscovery of our values and our common sense." Nearly two decades after that 1989 speech, debate continues to rage over just how revolutionary those Reagan years were. The Reagan Revolution: A Very Short Introduction identifies and tackles some of the controversies and historical mysteries that continue to swirl around Reagan and his legacy, while providing an illuminating look at some of the era's defining personalities, ideas, and accomplishments. Gil Troy, a well-known historian who is a frequent commentator on contemporary politics, sheds much light on the phenomenon known as the Reagan Revolution, situating the reception of Reagan's actions within the contemporary liberal and conservative political scene. While most conservatives refuse to countenance any criticism of their hero, an articulate minority laments that he did not go far enough. And while some liberals continue to mourn just how far he went in changing America, others continue to mock him as a disengaged, do-nothing dunce. Nevertheless, as Troy shows, two and a half decades after Reagan's 1981 inauguration, his legacy continues to shape American politics, diplomacy, culture, and economics. Both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush modeled much of their presidential leadership styles on Reagan's example, while many of the debates of the '80s about the budget, tax cutting, defense-spending, and American values still rage. Love him or hate him, Ronald Reagan remains the most influential president since Franklin D. Roosevelt, and one of the most controversial. This marvelous book places the Reagan Revolution in the broader context of postwar politics, highlighting the legacies of these years on subsequent presidents and on American life today. About the Series: Combining authority with wit, accessibility, and style, Very Short Introductions offer an introduction to some of life's most interesting topics. Written by experts for the newcomer, they demonstrate the finest contemporary thinking about the central problems and issues in hundreds of key topics, from philosophy to Freud, quantum theory to Islam.
Download or read From Heart of Stone to Heart of Flesh Evolutionary Journey from Extremism to Moderation PDF, written by Zeina M. Barakat and published by Herbert Utz Verlag. This book was released on 2017-08-24 with total page 294 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book examines the forces of human transformation from extremism to moderation. It analyzes the ethical indicators which determine making the choice of the path to take when one is faced with crucial decisions to make. The author focuses on three central values, namely, (a) moderation, reflecting balance in dealing with individual and group issues; (b) reconciliation, reflecting willingness to heal wounds and repair broken relationships by showing respect for the personal and collective narrative of the other, and feeling empathy and compassion for the pain and suffering of other and viewing the perspective of the other by putting oneself in the shoes of the other; (c) peace, coexisting with the other reflecting tolerance for the beliefs and views of other. These three concepts are linked together in consequential sequence with each leading to the other and eventually resulting prosperity and security.
Download or read Moderates PDF, written by David S. Brown and published by UNC Press Books. This book was released on 2016-10-25 with total page 358 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The fierce polarization of contemporary politics has encouraged Americans to read back into their nation's past a perpetual ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. However, in this timely book, David S. Brown advances an original interpretation that stresses the critical role of moderate statesmen, ideas, and alliances in making our political system work. Beginning with John Adams and including such key figures as Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., and Bill Clinton, Brown charts the vital if uneven progress of centrism through the centuries. Moderate opposition to both New England and southern secessionists during the early republic and later resistance to industrial oligarchy and the modern Sunbelt right are part of this persuasion's far-reaching legacy. Time and again moderates, operating under a broad canopy of coalitions, have come together to reshape the nation's electoral landscape. Today's bitter partisanship encourages us to deny that such a moderate tradition is part of our historical development--one dating back to the Constitutional Convention. Brown offers a less polemical and far more compelling assessment of our politics.
Download or read Leading with Integrity PDF, written by Pat Williams and published by Barbour Publishing. This book was released on 2015-06-01 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: King Solomon transformed the tiny tribal nation of Israel into an economic and military superpower. His brilliance as an international financier made Israel the wealthiest nation of the ancient world. And he did it with integrity. Solomon left us twenty-eight profound leadership strategies--as valid today as when the proverbs were written. The same extraordinary wisdom that transformed Solomon's world can revolutionize every aspect of leadership--from assembling a cohesive team to managing a crisis--for any CEO, manager, pastor, coach, military strategist, or government leader. Pat Williams, senior vice president of the Orlando Magic, uses time-honored principles, real-life stories, and compelling takeaways to apply Solomon's ancient insights to the high-speed world in which we live today.
Download or read The Leadership Wisdom of Solomon PDF, written by Pat Williams and published by Standard Publishing. This book was released on 2010 with total page 274 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: King Solomon transformed the tiny tribal nation of Israel into an economic and military superpower. His brilliance as an international financier made Israel the wealthiest nation of the ancient world. He led Israel into its Golden Age. And he did it with integrity. King Solomon left us twenty-eight profound leadership strategies--as valid today as when the proverbs were written. The same extraordinary wisdom that transformed Solomon's world can revolutionize every aspect of leadership for any CEO, manager, pastor, coach, military strategist, or government leader. In The Leadership Wisdom of Solomon, Pat Williams, senior vice president of the NBA's Orlando Magic, applies Solomon's ancient insights to the high-speed world in which we live. The study sections promote discussion and prompt immediate action.
Download or read Self management and Leadership Development PDF, written by Mitchell Grant Rothstein and published by Edward Elgar Publishing. This book was released on 2010-01-01 with total page 528 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book is based on a really important, timely and relevant idea to bring together sources on the self-management of leadership development. The book is important because almost all leadership development relies to a great degree on the leader s capability to manage his or her personal development. It is timely because there is currently no single volume that covers the topic; and it is relevant because leadership is such an extremely important issue for the success of our organizations, countries and society in general. The editors have done a thoroughly professional job in identifying top quality authors and combining their contributions into a very worthwhile volume. Ivan Robertson, University of Leeds, UK Self-Management and Leadership Development offers a unique perspective on how leaders and aspiring leaders can and should take personal responsibility for their own development. This distinguished book is differentiated from other books on this topic with its view on the instrumental role played by individuals in managing their own development, rather than depending on others, such as their organization, to guide them. Expert scholars in the area of leadership emphasize the importance of self-awareness as the critical starting point in the process. Explicit recommendations are provided on how individuals can manage their own self-assessment as a starting point to their development. The contributors present insights and practical recommendations on how individuals can actively self-manage through a number of typical leadership challenges. Business school faculty teaching electives in leadership, and managers who engage in leadership development for themselves or others, should not be without this important resource. Consulting firms and training institutions offering leadership development programs and participants in MBA and executive development programs will also find it invaluable.
Download or read Living in the Eighties PDF, written by Gil Troy and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2009-10-22 with total page 229 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In this volume in the Viewpoints on American Culture series, senior and junior scholars, as well as one former Reagan official and a leading record executive, assess the cultural, social, economic, and political significance of the 1980s.
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Download or read Ronald Reagan and the 1980s PDF, written by Cheryl Hudson and published by Studies of the Americas. This book was released on 2008-10-15 with total page 296 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: By the end of the 1980s, many Americans looked at the state of the nation with a renewed optimism. America was the world's only superpower, Communism had been defeated, the economic misery and inflation of the late 1970s and early 1980s had given way to prosperity and vast global wealth, and a new swashbuckling patriotism had entered into the public imagination. This patriotism and optimism was personified by an enduring American president--Ronald Wilson Reagan. The essays in this volume revisit the 1980s in order to examine the factors that contributed to Ronald Reagan's political and cultural triumphs, provide an assessment of the political, social, and economic substance and legacy of his policies--not just for Americans but for the shape of the world order.
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Download or read Tackling Hate PDF, written by Scott Reid and published by . This book was released on 2014 with total page 278 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Tackling Hate is a volume of essays, testimony and documents drawn from the work of the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Anti-semitism (CPCCA). Many of the leading experts and scholars in the field from around the world appeared before the Committee and have contributed to this volume, including Professor Robert S. Wistrich, Yehuda Bauer, the Hon. Irwin Cotler, David Matas, Professor Gert Weisskirchen, Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, Dr. Gregg Rickman, Dr. Charles Small, Avi Benlolo and others.
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Download or read Independent Nation PDF, written by John P. Avlon and published by Harmony. This book was released on 2004 with total page 408 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Fifty percent of American voters define themselves as political moderates, two-thirds favor political solutions that come from the center of the political spectrum, and Independents outnumber both Democrats and Republicans. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush each explicitly used Centrist strategies to win the White House--and twenty-first-century candidates will be compelled to do the same. Independent Nation documents the rich history of the defining political movement of our time. Organized as a series of short and colorful political biographies, it offers an insightful and engaging analysis of the successes and failures of key Centrist leaders throughout the twentieth century. In the process, it demonstrates that Centrism is not only a winning political strategy but an enlightened governing philosophy that best reflects the will of the people by putting patriotism ahead of partisanship and the national interest ahead of special interests.