Presidential Leadership Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt, Part 3 – Rise to the Presidency | 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 third episode, Richard Lummis and I continue our series on Leadership Lessons from Theodore Roosevelt and examine the leadership lessons learned by Roosevelt during his ascension to the presidency and his first and second terms as 26th president.

Highlights of this podcast include:

1. Roosevelt’s accession to the presidency after the assassination of President McKinley; his domestic policies included: the destruction of trust, problems with the railroads, the start of the American conservation movement, and the regulation of food and drugs.

2. Roosevelt’s foreign policy and adjudication of the Russo-Japanese War won him the Nobel Prize, the Roosevelt Corollary of the Monroe Doctrine, and the building of the Panama Canal.

3. The 1904 election and his second term.

4. Three key leadership lessons: 1. Surround yourself with other leaders; 2. Maintain an open channel with opponents; and 3. Being able to take criticism.

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