NEW LEADERSHIP BOOK BASED ON ABRAHAM LINCOLN

 

 

Lessons of War  ̶
Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address,
Leadership at Gettysburg

A New Book
by
Glen Aubrey

President and CEO, Creative Team Resources Group, Inc.
© 2011

 

"A tremendous contribution to the art and science of strategic leadership…
critically relevant to the daunting challenges faced by our current senior political and military leaders..." 
Major General Robert F. Dees, United States Army, Retired,
and Author of The Resilience Trilogy (
www.ResilienceTrilogy.com, 2011)

 
"Aubrey's insights are captivating and compelling.
Examples of sound leadership lessons and principles abound.
Leaders would be wise to learn and apply them.  This is a future classic."
Colonel Barry E. Willey, United States Army, Retired,
and Author of Out of the Valley (Officers’ Christian Fellowship, 2007)

 

 Wars are part of the human experience.

We know we must enter them.

 

We know how to win them.

 

Let us learn how to end them well.

 

Many students of war know how conflict should be conducted.  Many desire to learn how war should conclude.  Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg discovers profound leadership lessons embedded in Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address. The book takes these principles and shows how the battle of Gettysburg demonstrated that cessation of a conflict and eternal principles of reconciliation become standards of achievement when a war or a battle comes to a close. 

 

Glen Aubrey is President and CEO of Creative Team Resources Group, Inc. (CTRG), www.ctrg.com.  Mr. Aubrey is an author, speaker, consultant, and professional musician.

 

 

 


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Endorsements:

"Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg is a tremendous contribution to the art and science of strategic leadership, as viewed through the crucible of human conflict.  Glen Aubrey’s insightful reflections into President Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, particularly how Abraham Lincoln 'set the conditions' for our nation’s fateful transition from civil war to lasting peace, is critically relevant to the daunting challenges faced by our current senior political and military leaders, as they also determine how best to turn swords
into plowshares in Iraq, Afghanistan, and beyond." 
~ Major General Robert F. Dees, United States Army, Retired,
and Author of The Resilience Trilogy (www.ResilienceTrilogy.com, 2011)

"Many Americans have never encountered Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, fully appreciate the strategic importance of the Battle of Gettysburg in our nation's history. Glen Aubrey's Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg brings both of these historically ignificant events together in a poignant way. He helps us see clearly that seeking peaceful resolution is the ultimate aim of those forced to participate in war and that good leaders "choose the best ways to conduct and conclude it." Aubrey's insights are captivating and compelling. Examples of sound leadership lessons and principles abound in every chapter. Former, current and aspiring leaders would be wise to learn them, savor them...and apply them as they lead. This is a future classic."
~ Colonel Barry E. Willey, United States Army, Retired,
and Author of Out of the Valley (Officers’ Christian Fellowship, 2007)

"With his clear and engaging style, Glen once again delivers a fascinating and indispensable examination of leadership, this time through the lens of an American hero.  Lincoln’s powerful legacy of strong leadership in war, founded upon his reverence for God, is a sterling model for every leader. 
Military and civilian leaders must apply the timeless lessons gleaned from Glen’s analysis,
particularly during this age of enduring conflict."
~ Major Kevin Bouren, United States Army

"Leadership—real, enduring leadership—is shown in Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg to be that which is firmly grounded in and based upon reality and truth, coupled with genuine caring for those being led.  This, in turn, leads to the best preparation for and conduct of the conflict.  Glen Aubrey carries forward these critical leadership principals, and shows how to succeed in the next and final phase of every conflict—the ending of the conflict, with an accompanying establishment of genuine peace, or as close to genuine peace as is humanly possible, and Godly allowed.  A must read for anyone who wishes his or her own conflicts,
personal or organizational, to end well."
~ Colonel John D. Kirby (Retired), United States Army, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile),
Vietnam War Veteran; subsequently, Attorney-at-Law, Litigation

"Abraham Lincoln often spoke of his religious beliefs when referring publicly to the purpose of the war, one to decide whether this nation, "so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure,"—a point so critical to the president and his constituents that he invoked God’s name in two of his greatest speeches. Mr. Aubrey has compiled a narrative that delves deep into the role of religion in Lincoln's leadership and its influence in decision making among many of the war's highest ranking generals,
both on and off the Civil War battlefield."
~ John Heiser, Historian, National Park Service, Gettysburg National Military Park

"As an avid student of the nation-changing event we know as the Battle of Gettysburg, Glen Aubrey has now completed his second study of the lessons to be learned from that conflict and, more importantly, the lessons to be learned from studying the genius that was and is Abraham Lincoln.  In Lessons of War—Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, Leadership at Gettysburg, Glen opens our eyes to the message of hope, commitment, and faith in God that Lincoln so skillfully wove into his Second Inaugural Address.  You cannot read this book without gaining enormous insight into Abraham Lincoln—the man. 
Glen then takes that insight and develops a clear understanding of how those truths
can be used to enrich our own lives and leadership styles today."
~ Sergeant Stephen M. Annis, United States Air Force, Vietnam War Veteran 1966 – 1970;
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Valley Republic Bank


 

 

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