Presidential Lessons in Leadership crystallizes the methods of leadership from six of America's greatest presidents during moments of personal challenge and turns them into concrete lessons that business leaders, and anyone interested in becoming a more effective leader, can use each day. Ron Felber's historical inquiry into the leadership abilities of great presidents is first-rate! Presidential Lessons in Leadership is an exceptional book describing six exceptional presidents. Ron Felber is a graduate of Georgetown University, Loyola University Chicago, and Drew University where he received his doctorate in Arts and Letters. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. His argument that successful leadership is character-based is one that should give us hope for the future.
Scott Walker leaves after a news conference annoucing the end of his bid for the White House on September 21, 2015 in Madison, Wisconsin. He began his business career as a sales person, leading to business management and on to president and CEO of a major manufacturing company.

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich spoke with Ken Vogel, Chief Investigative Reporter for POLITICO, and Mike Wagner, elections specialist and professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UW-Madison.
Ron Felber dramatically renders the moral complexities behind these presidents' moment of greatest challenge and crystallizes the essence of the character-driven leadership they exercised into practical lessons that readers can apply in the workplace as well as in their day-to-day lives. Both analysts offer their perspectives on Walker's withdrawal and the key lessons learned: 1. Once a reader delves into these inspirational tales of challenge and triumph and the lessons they teach, they will never forget them! Felber is also co-founder of NuVision Leadership Development Systems and a frequent guest speaker on the subject of presidential leadership, the topic of his 2008 doctoral dissertation.
Super PACs can't buy you the White House "Traditional fundraising for the campaign itself which relies more on small donors dried up and the super PAC was unable to really halt the slide in his poll numbers, and here we are today," Ken Vogel says. He wrote an article for POLITICO, titled Scott Walker, Rick Perry show limits of super PACs.
You need a strong image to stand out "He was able to play the big money game, but he was less able to sort of get the traction that's required to really spark a fire with the small donors in the Republican base," Vogel says.

Scott Walker is just another establishment Republican "Nationally this was a lot of people's first exposure to Scott Walker, and bowing out of the race after a rather precipitous fall in the polls without showing a whole lot of fire - that's not a great legacy," Vogel explains. Being a Washington outsider doesn't make you a political outsider "He was regarded by a lot of folks in the base as just another establishment Republican, unlike Donald Trump, or Ben Carson, or Carly Fiorina, who are all really positioning themselves and can effectively legitimately position themselves as outsiders," says Vogel. Candidates need to develop a sustained campaign "Despite having a national fundraising network that he developed during the recall, despite winning three state-wide elections in blue Wisconsin, he was never really able to parlay those strong advantages into a sustained campaign," Mike Wagner says. A clear state-to-national translation is key From refusing to answer questions about evolution on a trade mission in England to not giving a clear answer on immigration, reporters were genuinely confused on Walker's stances. An early exit = political spin "The idea that the party should coalesce around a few candidates who are more likely to be able to win the White House is smart politics," says Wagner.

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