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Gallup Management Journal Articles
"A Military General's Leadership Lessons "
January 8, 2009
You can't blame executives for thinking that leadership must be simpler in the military. In regimented, highly disciplined organizations such as the Army, a leader gives an order, and it's carried out -- no dissension, no complaints, no lollygagging. How simple leadership must be for an Army general. Well, let that dream die. People are people in uniform or not, and a leader's job is to get them on track, not simply to bark orders. So says a reliable source, retired three-star Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré...
"Will Social Entrepreneurship Change the World"
December 11, 2008
Lieutenant General Russel Honoré (retired) explains how the application of business and charitable principles can give people around the globe what they need most: a good job...
"Tough Talk About Crisis Management"
August 14, 2008
Crises are inevitable. Every organization will find itself in a maelstrom at some point, and fortunately, most can be contained, managed, or smoothed over. But some crises can't. Some crises are so awful that they command the attention of law enforcement, the media, and maybe even Congress...
“Commentary: Task as Americans is to be Ready for Disaster”
June 2, 2008
As the Atlantic hurricane season begins, Honoré, who was commanding general First Army and leader of Joint Task Force Katrina before retiring, offers his views on why the United States needs to develop a culture of preparedness for natural disasters...
September 12, 2005
“The Category 5 General: There’s a Big Job to be Done in New Orleans. Russel Honore Measures Up.”...
The American Red Cross
Preparing and Getting Trained