Lessons from Lincoln: best practices from best leaders

Allan Schweyer, Center for Human Capitol Innovation

wfedstaff | June 4, 2015 8:27 am

Think you’ve got it tough? Imagine what it was like during the Civil War. President Lincoln had a telegraph line. Otherwise information took days to reach his office. Plus he was dogged by detractors every step of the way. Although the situation during those years changed almost daily, somehow Lincoln was ultimately able to prevail even.
Joining us live from the Excellence in Government Conference is Allan Schweyer, principal and partner of the Center for Human Capital Innovation, to discuss lessons of enduring leadership.