Presidential Leadership Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt, Part 1 – The Early Years | Thomas Fox – Compliance Evangelist
Richard Lummis and I are starting a series on Leadership Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt. We will 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 election of 1912 and we will end with lessons of leadership drawn from his life after the Bull Moose Party, the First World War and the events surrounding his See more +
Highlights of this podcast include Roosevelt’s parents, upbringing, upbringing, and early book publishing. Roosevelt’s widowhood in her early twenties and her election to the New York State Assembly. From the 1884 presidential election to his cowboy in Dakota, and concluded with three key leadership lessons, including:
1. At the beginning of his continuing education,
2. How he came to view merit, not privilege, as the key to advancement, and
3. How much hard work does it take to be a great leader?
Tune in to #PresidentialLeadershipLessons for the #BusinessExecutive podcast to learn more about Theodore Roosevelt’s Presidential Leadership Lessons, Part 1 – The Early Years. See less –