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Hachette Book Group USA - LeaderShift : A Call for Americans to Finally Stand Up and Lead

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"LeaderShift is a compelling and timely business parable that challenges Americans to stop being so placid in their daily lives and to help get us back on the right track.

Based upon what really happened with the Founding Fathers when they crafted the Constitution, Woodward and DeMille lay out their Five Laws of Decline that has gripped the United States in recent times. This book, which calls for the top 10 percent of America to step up and take an active role in our government and our businesses, presents a revolutionary approach to lift us out of the economic doldrums and make us fully engaged with the freedoms we take for granted. The storyline focuses on David Mersher, the successful CEO of Indytech who, at the end of his career, is trying to out why the United States had lost its edge as a world economic power, and what he can do to help the US lift itself out of its financial malaise. Mersher gathers his trusted advisers to see what they can do to rally Americans to lead -- be it economically, financially, or politically. Their conclusions are powerful and unexpected and will generate tremendous debate."

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Brand / Publisher Hachette
Return Policy 15 Days
Book Type Text Books
Edition 2015
ISBN 9781455573370
Author Prof. Orrin Woodward & Oliver DeMille
Language English
Subject Business Studies
Pages 240
Binding Paperback


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