James P. Osterhaus's New Book, "Gettysburg and Leadership: Principles for Today's Leaders From the Most Terrible Battle Fought in America" is an Empowering Eye-Opener.
"Gettysburg and Leadership: Principles for Today's Leaders from the Most Terrible Battle Fought in America" from James P. Osterhaus is an analysis of one of the most defining wars in American history as shaped by legendary personages, in an attempt to wring out the timeless lessons, strategies, tactics, and philosophies that won the war and continue to be guiding principles for modern-day leaders.
Fairfax, VA, July 6, 2018 (Newswire.com) - James P. Osterhaus, an executive coach, public speaker, renown psychologist, TAG Consulting senior partner, and longtime Civil War aficionado with a long publishing history and educational track record, has completed his new book, “Gettysburg and Leadership: Principles for Today’s Leaders from the Most Terrible Battle Fought in America”: an engaging discussion of the Civil War with an eye for the leadership qualities that defined it.
James shares, “The most effective leaders, those who are most well defined and internally aligned, are the leaders who are the most self-aware, simple as that. Oh, you say, I’m not into all of the soft psych stuff. If you aren’t aware of yourself, then parts of yourself buried deep in your brain will misalign you, controlling much of your thinking and responding. In other words, you may think that your actions are perfectly aligned with what you say and what you value, but research proves otherwise. In fact, our brains are wired to protect ourselves from the truth of our incongruence. So, we stumble through life, misaligned, all the while assuming that all is perfectly well and that everyone celebrates us the way we celebrate ourselves.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, James P. Osterhaus’s new book is a compelling addition to the world of business and leadership psychology books rooted in the time-tested actions of the big names in American history, from Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, to George Gordon Meade and Robert E. Lee.
Osterhaus alternates practical management text with battle stories, providing historical context for every section on critical concepts as illustrated by the story, such as trust, self-awareness, conflict, change, organization, and mission alignment.
Readers can purchase “Gettysburg and Leadership: Principles for Today’s Leaders from the Most Terrible Battle Fought in America” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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