Winning Under Fire: Turn Stress Into Success the U.S. Army Way

Version: Unabridged
Author: Dale Collie
Narrator: Michael Prichard
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Development, Career Development
Publisher: American Media International
Published In: January 2005
# of Units: 4 CDs
Length: 4 hours, 30 minutes
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Overview

A manager's guide to winning on the business battlefield, written by a retired Army major who is also a former CEO of two Fortune 500 companies.

Reviews (1)

Starts with a Bang and Ends with a Whimper

Written by Anonymous from Livermore, CA on February 2nd, 2006

  • Book Rating: 2/5

The beginning of this book starts in a very interesting and exciting manner with the author describing a very dangerous leadership task he had in the US army, and what happened. However, by the middle of the first of four cds, in his dry, authoritative manner, the author describes how his life experience and lessons in the army translate into business practices. This process goes on for the rest of the book. Some of his suggestions, though obvious, are practical, while others don't apply to the corporate world at all. By the end, he sounds like an old relic reading from a list of generalized, obvious or impractical rules that he made up. I found myself skipping through tracks at times, just to get through the book. Not worth your time.

Author Details

Author Details

Collie, Dale

Major Dale Collie (ret.) served as a United States Army Ranger and troop commander in Europe and Vietnam and was awarded a Purple Heart. He was sales manager of two Fortune 500 companies and, most recently, president of an international charity that he turned around from bankruptcy into a $37 million operation. Named as one of America's Fast 50 Innovative Leaders by Fast Company, he currently runs a consulting practice, Courage Builders, which teaches the Army's techniques to businesses and individuals.