FROM THE BOOK JACKET: Can today's leaders look to history when making tough decisions?
Whether you're running a small team or an international enterprise, all leaders know the feeling of facing a tough choice. It's impossible to see into the future to predict how our decisions play out, but we can look to the momentous decisions of the past for insights on how profound choices are made. Each decision made by influential figures, from Alfred Nobel and Marie Curie to Martin Luther King, Jr., and The Beatles, have shaped our world--and now they can help you make the decisions that will determine the direction of your organization.
Guiding you through fifty-two dramatic historical events and decisions that changed the course of our world, How Leaders Decide challenges decision-makers with provocative ideas and leadership lessons that will propel your business forward. Greg Bustin's well-researched and inspiring stories of high-stakes turning points in history and the leaders that made the final call will help you make sure your next decision is the one that changes everything.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Greg Bustin led the Dallas office of an international consultancy before founding Bustin & Co. Today, Greg advises leaders at some of the world's most admired companies, and he's dedicated a career to coaching, inspiring and equipping seasoned and aspiring leaders in a range of industries. He's facilitated more than 200 strategic planning sessions, and he's delivered more than 500 keynotes and workshops on five continents.