Rivers All Leaders Must Cross Entering Into a Promising Tomorrow (Life Impact) by Frank Damazio

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ISBN 101593830335
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Cross is a weak leader because the traditional training he received is at stark odds with what he encounters in-country. His training forced him to be concerned more with marching in line, following preset maps, and keeping guns clean — following pre-decided standard operating procedures — rather than adapting to his environment and the attitude of his men.

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A tribute to the liberating power of literature.” —Jury citation, Prix des Cinq Continents de la Francophonie “In If You Cross the River, François’s love for the world’s tenderest things is so deftly rendered that we worry for anything he cares for―beloved pigs, a caring priest.

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