Summary: In 1558, she inherited a business in trouble. Burdened by runaway inflation and a debased currency, bereft of strategic alliances, torn by internal dissent, and eyed greedily by competitors bent on takeover, her business -- England -- was on the brink of ruin. Forty-five years later, England was the richest and most powerful nation in Europe and well on its way to becoming the greatest empire the world would ever know.
How did she do it? Elizabeth I, CEO co ...show morendenses Elizabeth's leadership wizardry into management lessons today's business leaders can employ in their own quests for excellence and supremacy. Written by Alan Axelrod, author of the national bestseller Patton on Leadership, this fascinating story of one woman's meteoric rise from illegitimate birth and imprisonment to the throne of the greatest nation on earth unfolds to reveal fresh insights into the art of leading people to business success.
Anyone in a leadership role will find much to emulate in Elizabeth's long, challenging, and highly successful reign, including leadership strategies for developing and communicating a vision of excellence, nurturing creativity, turning crisis into triumph, and creating common cause without tyranny.
Be inspired by the beloved monarch who built an empire and shaped the enduring destiny of a people ... and lead your own people to greatness. ...show less