WALL STREETERS

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By Samuel Enyia
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The focus of this book is on how applying the principles, practices, strategies, and strengths of servant leadership can help leaders revolutionize their leadership culture and practices to maximize performance outcomes, whose core strength is in serving others first. It prepares and equips leaders-whether at the corporate, educational, church, community, NGOs, private, public, and family context-with the complete understanding of the spectrum of the model and to show why it is a viable leadership alternative, more efficient and effective leadership model because it's humane, value-based, moral, and relationship-driven, which yields the best outcome for the organization, employees, and followers, who are empowered, valued, and respected for their gifts, expertise, and abilities. How to incorporate this revolutionary and empowering values-based servant leadership-followership strategies to prepare and equip leaders and followers to become more efficient, effective, and successful stands at the core of this book.
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By Edward Morris
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The 2008 financial collapse, the expansion of corporate and private wealth, the influence of money in politics-many of Wall Street's contemporary trends can be traced back to the work of fourteen critical figures who wrote, and occasionally broke, the rules of American finance. Edward Morris plots in absorbing detail Wall Street's transformation from a clubby enclave of financiers to a symbol of vast economic power. His book begins with J. Pierpont Morgan, who ruled the American banking system at the turn of the twentieth century and ends with Sandy Weill, whose collapsing Citigroup required the largest taxpayer bailout in history. In between, Wall Streeters relates the triumphs and missteps of twelve other financial visionaries. From Charles Merrill, who founded Merrill Lynch and introduced the small investor to the American stock market; to Michael Milken, the so-called junk bond king; to J.Bogle, whose index funds redefined the mutual fund business; to Myron Scholes, who laid the groundwork for derivative securities; and to Benjamin Graham, who wrote the book on securities analysis. Anyone interested in the modern institution of American finance will devour this history of some of its most important players
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