Author(s): Rudolph Giuliani
On 11 September 2001, the world watched as Rudolph W. Giuliani led New York City and the American nation through the tragic aftermath of the World Trade Centre attacks. With a steady hand, the man who had already established himself through two incredibly successful terms as mayor of New York City proved his reputation for exceptional Leadership. This is Giuliani's unique guide to the principles that were so effective for him as the mayor of America's biggest city and throughout the rest of his remarkable career. Whether dealing with a major catastrophe or the day-to-day challenges afflicting a large city, handling complex human issues or assembling a team - Giuliani's approach applies to any manger in any sized enterprise.