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"What does it mean to be a leader? How does an individual create an unstoppable organization, reshape a struggle, a competition, or even a society? Why do we listen to one man's voice, and ignore another's? In the history of leadership in America, no one has galvanized a time, place, and people more forcefully than Martin Luther King, Jr." "Now Donald T. Phillips has written an illuminating examination of the leadership style of Martin Luther King, Jr. A man who articulated a vision, crafted a strategy, and took defeats and turned them into victory, Dr. King and his life's work offer us powerful lessons that you can apply to your life, business, and any endeavor you undertake."--BOOK JACKET.
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Pt. I. Preparing to Lead
1. First Listen: Lead by Being Led
2. Persuade Through Love and Nonviolence
3. Learn, Learn, Learn
4. Master the Art of Public Speaking
Pt. II. Guiding the Movement
5. Awaken Direct Action
6. Encourage Creativity and Innovation
7. Involve Everyone Through Alliances, Teamwork, and Diversity
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