Eisenhower on Enlightened Leadership
“Ike” Eisenhower was arguably the most important leader from World War II. But he was not the best military tactician, never in his career did he experience battle. He was not the best speaker, nor did he have the most dynamic personality. Yet this simple man from the American Midwest took Allied Forces that were reeling from defeat and led them to victory over the world’s most powerful military.
Ike rose from Lieutenant Colonel to 5-star General and Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in just 3½ years. How did he accomplish all this? By learning how to LEAD.
His leadership methods are as effective in the business environment today as they were in the planning rooms seventy years ago. Find out about why it’s called Enlightened Leadership.