Tag Archives: World War II

The Medal of Honor and Leadership

Many of you saw tales of heroic deeds over the recent Memorial Day celebration in the United States.   We take the time to learn of heroes and the stories of their unselfish and personally risky actions that we taken … Continue reading

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4 Leadership Lessons from a War Hero

4 Leadership Lessons from a War Hero originally posted on Lean Leadership in November 2012. It’s being reposted in honor of all those who have served in our armed forces. Happy Memorial Day! The phone rings. Colonel Walter Smith is … Continue reading

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The 69th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Today marks the 69th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Thank you to those who served and to those who gave their lives in WWII.

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4 Leadership Lessons from a War Hero

[tweetmeme]The phone rings.  Colonel Walter Smith is calling Brigadier General Dwight Eisenhower.  It has been just five days since the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.  Colonel Smith is insisting that General George Marshall wants Eisenhower in Washington, D. C. immediately.  He … Continue reading

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