Snapshots of great leadership / Jon P. Howell.
By: Howell, Jon PCall number: 303.34 H859S Material type: BookSeries: Leadership : research and practice series ; v. 2Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013. Description: xix, 267 p.ISBN: 9780415872171 (pbk.).Subject(s): Leadership -- Case studies
Part I. Theoretical basis of leadership. 1, Theories of leadership -- Part II. Snapshots of great leadership. 2, Steve Jobs: CEO and cofounder of Apple Inc. 3, Anita Roddick: founder and CEO of The Body Shop. 4, Ernest Shackleton: Antarctic explorer. 5, Mother Teresa: servant of the poor. 6, Abraham Lincoln: 16th president of the United States. 7, Pat Summitt: women’s basketball coach. 8, Leymah Gbowee: Liberian leader of women in peacebuilding network. 9, Nelson Mandela: human rights leader and president of South Africa. 10, Geronimo: Apache native American War leader. 11, Winston Churchill: British prime minister, wartime leader, and statesman. 12, Vince Lombardi: professional football coach. 13, Napoleon Bonaparte: French military and political leader. 14, Mary Kay Ash: founder and CEO of Mary Kay cosmetics. 15, Nicolas Hayek: Swiss watch executive. 16, Cesar Chavez: American labor leader. 17, Konosuke Matsushita: Japanese industrial leader. 18, Bill Wilson: cofounder and leader of alcoholics anonymous. 19, Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook creator and CEO. 20, Martin Luther King, Jr.: American civil rights leader. 21, George Washington: first president of the United States. 22, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva: president of Brazil. 23, Mohandas Gandhi: Indian political and spiritual leader. 24, Sitting Bull: Sioux war chief. 25, Indra Nooyi. CEO of PepsiCo Inc. 26, Horatio Nelson: vice admiral of the British royal navy -- Part III. Snapshots of bad leadership. 27, Adolf Hitler: chancellor of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945. 28, Albert Dunlap: corporate executive. 29, Idi Amin: president of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. 30, David Koresh: religious cult leader. 31, Kenneth Lay: CEO of Enron Corporation.