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Accomplishing the Impossible: Leadership that Launched Revolutionary Change
Major General (Retired) William Rapp

Accomplishing the Impossible draws contemporary leadership lessons from the events and people that were central to the beginning of the American Revolution. Retired general, scholar, educator, and Thayer faculty, Major General (Retired) William E. Rapp, applies the historical lessons from the American Revolution to the unique challenges faced by today's business and public sector leaders and, in turn, inspires today's leaders to view contemporary leadership and change management through a fresh lens. The compelling stories in Accomplishing the Impossible teach readers not only how to identify and grow effective leaders to maximize the potential of their organizations, but also how to become better leaders themselves.

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