Lessons in Presidential Leadership from Theodore Roosevelt, Part 2 – From Police Commissioner to Vice President | Thomas Fox – Compliance Evangelist

In this episode, Richard Lummis and I continue our series on Theodore Roosevelt’s Leadership Lessons and examine the lessons of Roosevelt’s early years in New York through his cowboy days in Montana; the second phase of his public career, from the New York Police Commission to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, San Juan Hill, and Vice President; his leadership of his presidency; his life after the presidency and the 1912 election and concludes with leadership lessons from his life after the Bull Moose Party, World War I and the events surrounding See more +

In this episode, Richard Lummis and I continue our series on Theodore Roosevelt’s Leadership Lessons and examine the lessons of Roosevelt’s early years in New York through his cowboy days in Montana; the second phase of his public career, from the New York Police Commission to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, San Juan Hill, and Vice President; his leadership of his presidency; his life after the presidency and the 1912 election and concludes with leadership lessons from his life after the Bull Moose Party, World War I, and the events surrounding his death.

In this second episode, Richard and I examine the leadership lessons Roosevelt learned in the second phase of his political career, which took him from New York City Police Commissioner to Vice President. Highlights of this podcast include:

1. What led to the appointment of the New York Public Service Commission and the New York Police Commissioner?

2. He moves to the national stage as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. This led to his work in the war with Spain and Admiral Dewey in Manila Bay.

3. He founded the Rough Riders, his leadership in Cuba, and rode up San Juan Hill.

4. He becomes governor of New York. This leads to joining the McKinley ticket in the 1896 election and becoming Vice President.

5. Conclude with three key leadership lessons, including 1. Get up when you fall; 2. Find a cause; and 3. Communicate and directly through stories.

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