"If you measure leadership of the American presidency in terms of changing the mindset of multiple constituencies, as I do, then Ronald Reagan will be regarded as one of the greatest presidents of this century. Finally, we have a terrific book on Reagan and his uncanny and important ability to lead." — Edwin Meese III
— Warren Bennis, coauthor of Leaders and author of Organizing Genius
"The man who defeated communism also gave us a compelling example of superb executive ability. Reagan on Leadership captures the vision, courage, and character that made Ronald Reagan one of the great executives in history. This book is filled with useful and interesting insights."
— Former Vice President Dan Quayle
"President Reagan was one of the finest leaders of this century. Business leaders and entrepreneurs alike can learn from his management style and communication practices. Ronald Reagan always left an audience with the impression he was sincere, approachable, and a regular guy. These qualities are described in Reagan on Leadership in a way that is invaluable for today's executive. It should be required reading in business schools across America."
— Boone Pickens
"As time goes by it is increasingly apparent that Ronald Reagan was a more formidable leader than he was given credit for during his presidency. James Strock tells us why and how Reagan succeeded, in ways that can be emulated by people in private business as well as in public office. Strock has won another one for the Gipper."
— Steven Hayward, author of Churchill on Leadership
"During his eight-year presidency, Ronald Reagan accomplished perhaps more than any chief executive since Franklin Roosevelt. James Strock has done a brilliant job of analyzing Reagan's leadership and communication skills and then distilling them into commonsense principles for others to follow. This book is invaluable reading for leaders in every walk of life—and those who aspire to lead."
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