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The writing style in this book is very good and easy to grasp.
This text by General Zinni is a great book to study, and he provides many practical lessons, based on experience, to implement and apply to your own situation.
Societal changes have come too fast, too unexpectedly, and from too many directions for leaders to mount a counter-offensive.
Tony stated he liked President Obama's leadership style. I put the book down after that. I couldn't disagree more with him on that.Published 17 months ago by Kevin Yelken
This book was required for a college class so I had no choice but to purchase it. I tried to read the book according to the syllabus but the book is leaning so far left that I... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jen
written by an author with huge experience - both in the military and in civil life who has a proven track record as well as an easy to read stylePublished 24 months ago by John Burford
This book explores what it means to be a great leader in the modern world. Tony Zinni takes his vast experience as a military leader, emissary and teacher and proposes what a... Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by TOPJOB7
General Zinni's book, "Leading the Charge," takes a long established topic (leadership in business) with a long established spin (lessons from the military), and places a unique... Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Michael J. Wood
I knew this book was heading for disappointment when the opening featured the following:
- A long blurb about the great oratory skills of President Obama
- A... Read more
It's hard to argue with the book's thesis that we have a vast gap in leadership. Various polls show that both political parties score their lowest confidence scores in history. Read morePublished on August 22, 2010 by Billy Hollis
While the prose won't win any style points, there's plenty of food for thought here, both for those who would lead and those who are interested in the current state of leadership. Read morePublished on April 1, 2010 by James Huff
It's a good read about how General Zinni thinks of "leadership." It's inspirational and, mostly, interesting. Read morePublished on January 29, 2010 by Howard C. Batt