“In such times as these, the Army must be well trained, well equipped and well led by men of courage and of vision if it is to provide security of the quality and degree which the situation required.” General Maxwell D. Taylor (1901 to 1987) Maxwell Davenport Taylor was a US Army officer who became… Read More
“A good leader takes a little more than his share of blame; a little less than his share of credit.” Arnold H. Glasgow (1905 and 1998) Arnold H. Glasgow, born Arnold Henry Glasow, was a famous US businessman.
“The foundation of leadership is character.” General Alexander M. Patch (1889 to 1945) Alexander McCarrell Patch was a senior US Army officer who fought in both WWI and WWII, rising to rank of general. During World War II he commanded US Army and US Marine Corps forces during the Guadalcanal Campaign, and the US Seventh… Read More
“Much of the coordination, cooperation and tactical efficiency achieved by a unit is a direct result of properly applied leadership techniques.” General Bruce C. Clarke (1901 to 1988) Bruce Cooper Clarke was a United States Army general. He was a career officer who served in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War.… Read More
“Acquiring the art of leadership is simply a matter of mastering certain techniques, understanding men, and building up those sterling qualities that give effective full expression to your natural talents. The average man can be a good potential leader provided he is willing to work diligently at being one.” Lieutenant General Arthur G. Trudeau (1902… Read More
“Leadership, if the word has any meaning at all, is a characteristic which inheres in individuals who have energy, faith, and ability in unusual degree.” Henry M. Wriston (1889 to 1978) Henry Merritt Wriston was an American educator, presidential advisor, and served as president at both Brown University and Lawrence University.
“Leadership is one of the oldest and most distinctive arts in the profession of arms; in its simplest definition, it is the art of directing the actions of others.” Lieutenant General Arthur G. Trudeau (1902 to 1991) Arthur Gilbert Trudeau was a Lieutenant General in the United States Army. He is best known for his… Read More