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Author: RUDOLPH W. GIULIANI
ISBN: 1401351875
Publisher TIME WARNER BOOK GROUP (2002)
Language English
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Rudolph W. Giuliani's management and decision-making skills have proven to be outstanding through his years as . district attorney and his two terms as mayor of New York City. And on September 11th.

Leadership by Rudolph W Giuliani 407pp, Little, Brown, £1. 9. The tension that emerges in the book between the old-fashioned city boss, full of grudges and vanities and favoured causes, and the cool modern technocrat, forever presenting statistics, becomes a vivid illustration of the dilemmas of contemporary politicians. Giuliani is at his most readable - and believable - when his anecdotes feature both impulses.

Stand up to bullies - Study. Learn independently - Organize around a purpose - Bribe only those who will stay bribed - Recovery. Rudolph Giuliani demonstrates in how the leadership skills he practices can be employed successfully by anyone who has to run anything.

Rudolph William Louis Giuliani (/ˌdʒuːliˈɑːni/, Italian: ; born May 28, 1944) is an American politician, attorney, and public speaker who served as the 107th Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001

Rudolph William Louis Giuliani (/ˌdʒuːliˈɑːni/, Italian: ; born May 28, 1944) is an American politician, attorney, and public speaker who served as the 107th Mayor of New York City from 1994 to 2001. He currently acts as an attorney to President Donald Trump. Politically first a Democrat, then an Independent in the 1970s, and a Republican since the 1980s, Giuliani served as United States Associate Attorney General from 1981 to 1983

This book is Giuliani's self-portrait. The above quotations are from Leadership, autobiography by Rudolph Giuliani with Ken Kurson.

This book is Giuliani's self-portrait. In it, Giuliani describes all of the events of his political career, as he wants the public to see it. There isn't much self-criticism here - just his version of the events. That's certainly valuable to know, now that Giuliani is running for president, but the reader should keep in mind that this is only one side of the story - the side that makes Giuliani look good.

THE calm unyielding (yet racially and religiously inclusive) leadership of Rudolph Giuliani on September 11th 2001 transformed the mayor of New York into a national hero, dubbed America's mayor by Oprah Winfrey. To the outside world-then, as now, underwhelmed by the president of the explosion-shocked superpower-Mr Giuliani came to symbolise all that was most impressive about America's response to the terrorist attacks. His heroism during the crisis has made Sir Rudy (he was knighted in 2002 by Queen Elizabeth) a potential candidate for the presidency in 2008.

Rudolph W. Giuliani's management and decision-making skills have proven to be outstanding . And on September 11th, 2001, Giuliani emerged as America's steady hand. He talks about how he was able to take control, show leadership, and make it clear to New Yorkers and the world that under his stewardship, they were in safe hands. Результаты поиска по книге.

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Lanionge
Rudolph Giuliani's "Leadership" is a useful study of some of the things that made his mayoralty a success in New York City (success in that he attacked problems as he defined them and generally produced outcomes he sought).

This book is not to be dismissed because it is written by a politician and would-be president. Giuliani does an excellent job of chronicling the "how" of how he did his job. The book is written in clear language, is direct, and is loaded with examples from his administration.

I use this book to teach a course on politics and this serves my purposes well as a series of case studies. Very critical to this book's utility is Giuliani's discussion of management and personnel practices. His chronicling of morning meetings with senior staff shows excellent examples of how to conduct efficient and meaningful meetings as well as how to control large organizations through subordinates. A frequent topic of the book is the new approach to policing and crimefighting his administration undertook. While controversial to some, it can be argued that statistics portray a successful initiative. His policing model introduces discussions of data acquisition and management, personnel and accountability as well as communication and feedback loops that are useful to those who seek how to implement new strategies that represent departures from business as it has been done.

The author also discusses many other aspects of leadership such as time management, "showing-up" as the leader, and communication. This book contains valuable lessons for any student of leadership.
Kaim
Forget about politics. Forget about extreme Muslims. Forgot about Republican or Democrat. Forget about Giuliani's personal life. Just forget about it.

This book is about the defining moments of 9/11 and the leadership it needed in order not to descend into chaos. This man has put his heart and soul into this event and showed great leadership you can learn from.

The writings in 'Leadership' give you great insight into the situation of the event and dealings of the mayor. Courage as well as leadership prevail in keeping the objective of his mission close. Information is critical when chaos is lurking around the corner. Sleep can be denied.

Being European I'm not biassed in my judgement of the person or politician Giuliani. When you read this book about mayor Giuliani there's a lot you can learn from.
Wanenai
I am a proponent of Mr. Giuliani and I think this is a good book. There is a multitude of interesting information here. What you get from this book is all up to what you're looking for. Having a foundation to understanding the skills of leadership is key to any profession. If this is what your looking for, this book will help. Just take the time to understand not only the printed words, but the meaning of what's between the lines as well.
Vetalol
I agree with one of the previous reviewers that this WAS a slow read, but it was a read that I learned a lot from. Giuliani is a brilliant man and leader, and his views on leadership, politics, and being a good human being were something that I hope to benefit from.
It was extrememly interesting to read his blow by blow accounts of what happened on September 11. He handled the entire situation with the utmost professionalism and perfect grace.
Where the book gets slow is in other areas talking about certain events that have happened throughout his career as an attorney, and as an aspiring politician. Though important to the premise of the book, they get a little long winded which is why this book took me a while to read.
All in all, a good book for anyone interested in Giuliani the man, as well as learning good leadership and success skills.
Ballagar
The man, an absolute treasure. If you want to know about leadership skills, and did not get to go to Westpoint, read this charming book by a New Yorker.
Mavegar
I am not a New Yorker, but I greatly admire Rudy Guiliani and this booked confirmed my opinion of him. He was a great mayor, with tremendous courage and character. I have read some reviews on this site that claim he was not the greatest mayor that people thought he was. I see him as a great man, who like each of us, is not a perfect man.
Malaunitly
Giuliani's book is good - I'll give him that, but I was expecting more. The leadership principles discussed by Giuliani are relevant and useful, but the book may be better titled as "My Experiences in New York City." Each chapter simply examines his experiences working for the United States government and later for the city of New York and the challenges and decisions he faced. "Leadership" reads more like an autobiography than a book designed to provide one with the skills necessary to be a great leader. I look up to Giuliani and admire what he did for NYC, but I also think that there are better books out there if one is merely interested in leadership training, skills, and principles. "Leadership" is a good read however and I recommend it to anyone fascinated with New York City.
this is the 5th time I have purchased this book.