Nimitz And Goleman: Study Of A Civilian Leadership Model by LCDR Derrick A. Dudash USN

Nimitz And Goleman: Study Of A Civilian Leadership Model

byLCDR Derrick A. Dudash USN

Kobo ebook | November 6, 2015

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Within a couple of weeks after the attacks on Pearl Harbor in 1941, selected over 28 other senior admirals, Admiral Nimitz took command of the Pacific Fleet and held that command until the Allied Forces won the war in the Pacific almost four years later. He went on to hold the highest office in the U.S. Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations. Nimitz’s ability to lead effectively throughout his career proves that his style of leadership can be a model for any military officer. Even since 1941, the requirement to lead personnel in the Armed Forces has not changed. However, with the advent of information sharing on a global scale, today’s military officers are exposed to a wide range of leadership styles such as one presented by Dr. Daniel Goleman derived from the civilian sector. This study examines in detail Goleman’s leadership model and compares it to Fleet Admiral Nimitz’s style to see if it is feasible for use in the military environment.

Title:Nimitz And Goleman: Study Of A Civilian Leadership ModelFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 6, 2015Publisher:Lucknow BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1786250381

ISBN - 13:9781786250384

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