5 Classic Movies, 5 Leadership Lessons by Samuel Bacharach

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DeM Banter: Just the facts ma’am…. straight data pull, but the author has some good data on each movie below…encourage you to click on “View Original” to read more…

View Original / PRAGMATIC LEADERSHIP / May 17, 2013 / inc.com

1) Lawrence of Arabia (1962): Make them believe in the win-win

2) The Caine Mutiny (1954): Keep them in your corner

3) The Bridge Over the River Kwai (1957): Don’t forget your mission

4) The Guns of Navarone (1961): Make sure they work together

5) Twelve Angry Men (1957): Give them time to work out their differences

DeM Bonus: The Man Who Would Be King (1975): Humility…DON’T believe that you have become one of the gods….that idea is destructive to you personally and to the organization. Joe Urice of 100 Bomb Group fame passed this book/movie as a leadership lesson in a lecture to the 100 Ops Group and it has stuck with me ever since…

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