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Donation of the Eisenhower Print to the National Park Service at the Gettysburg PA – Eisenhower National Historic Site.

Eisenhower Farm Gettysburg, PA

Thank You Letter from the National Park Service:  NPS Letter

Press release announcing the “Full Victory” Painting & Prints:

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Press release announcing the publication of VICTORY Principles:

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Author Bio Sheet

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Short list of sample interview questions

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May 4th, 2009 at 9:58 am

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  1. Seven Leadership Principles that all Leaders must know to be successful!

    Learn from History! The newly released book, VICTORY PRINCIPLES – Leadership Lessons from D-Day, describes seven bedrock leadership principles that all successful leaders use. Not just military leadership principles, but universal principles that can be used in business, government, or non-profit enterprises. Learn how these same principles that leaders used to achieve victory on D-Day can be used to achieve success in your organization today.

    editor

    25 May 09 at 10:38 am

  2. Author attended the WWII Weekend at the Reading, PA airport over the weekend of June 5-7th. Author signed books in commemoration of the 65th anniversary of D-Day. The event was a huge success despite the inclement wet weather on Friday, June 5th. It was raining all day just as it was prior to D-Day in June 1944, and on Saturday, the weather cleared up and the crowds came out. The event featured numerous re-enactments from living history units, speeches by actual veterans, and entertainment in the evenings on Friday and Saturday with Big Band music in the hanger. During the day on Saturday and Sunday, the crowds were thrilled by the vintage aircraft flying overhead. Next year will mark the 20th anniversary for this event. If you are in the Pennsylvania area, be sure to visit.

    editor

    8 Jun 09 at 4:23 pm

  3. Author will lead a discussion at the Barnes and Noble Bookseller’s store in Roseville, MN on Wednesday, July 15th at 7pm. The store is located at 2100 North Snelling Ave, Roseville, MN. A half hour presentation will be followed by a question and answer discussion period. Author will sign books following the discussion.

    editor

    7 Jul 09 at 6:16 pm

  4. Colonel Leonard Kloeber was featured in the RTIR Online (Radio TV Interview Report) with his new book Victory Principles: Leadership Lessons from D-Day. Here is the link:

    http://www.rtironline.com/blog/_archives/2009/5/19/4191376.html

    editor

    12 Jul 09 at 11:24 am

  5. Victory Principles: Leadership Lessons from D-Day is featured by Amazon in the top five books in the category World War II History – Normandy as a HOT NEW RELEASE. Follow this link:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/new-releases/books/465320/ref=pd_ts_b_mte

    editor

    12 Jul 09 at 11:27 am

  6. Leaders, leadership developers and talent managers should definitely read this book. The author Kloeber takes you on a historical leadership journey in WWII. It is amazing to see how much of the leadership experiences at D-Day apply to current economic and business environment. I worked directly for Len Kloeber and therefore had the luxury to daily experience VICTORY Principles. The frameworks in this book motivates me to keep going in my daily responsibilities and challenges in talent management at Swarovski.

    This is mandatory food for specialists in leadership development and talent management as it tells you how great leaders applied their values and frameworks. The learning materials in the Staff Ride Notebook are great to use in practice; challenging questions that put your mind to work and act. Furthermore the insight of leadership to D-Day is also interesting for history fans as it learns you that big decision not only depend on politics and economies but also on personality and leadership styles.

    Review submitted on Amazon.com by R. Verheul
    See this and other reviews on Amazon.com

    editor

    15 Oct 09 at 2:03 pm

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