No Substitute for Victory

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No Substitute for Victory

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General Douglas MacArthur is one of the most honored commanders in American history. Though his career is primarily defined by his military service during World War II, his ability to lead the US Army can be applied to leaders of all types. No Substitute for Victory discusses the different roles MacArthur held in the military and his leadership skills and techniques. This summary will reiterate 3 fundamental components of long-term leadership: (1) values, (2) vision, and (3) proficiency. It will also provide techniques to hone these components. Achieving the leadership excellence exemplified by MacArthur will lead to organizational triumphs.

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