Monthly Archives: July 2013

LESSONS ON POWER, PART III

In the early 1960′s Greenleaf ghost-wrote a number of speeches.  This is my third posting from one such speech.  Greenleaf writes: What does one do then?  The question is on the mind of every thoughtful person I know.  The hard-won … Continue reading

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LESSONS ON POWER, PART II

In the early 1960′s Greenleaf ghost-wrote a number of speeches.  This is my second  posting from one such speech.  Greenleaf writes: One of the new awarenesses of our times is the realization of the centrality of language in the complex … Continue reading

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LESSONS ON POWER, PART I

In the early 1960’s Greenleaf ghost-wrote a number of speeches.  This is my first posting from one such speech.  Greenleaf writes: When the historians of the future add up the score on the twentieth century, they may mark the late … Continue reading

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POWER IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE, PART IV

At times during his tenure at AT&T Greenleaf would ghost-write a speech, following is my fourth and final posting from a speech he ghost-wrote in the early 1960s.  Greenleaf writes: *  The CEO uses power to be heard.  Because of … Continue reading

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POWER IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE, PART III

At times during his tenure at AT&T Greenleaf would ghost-write a speech, following is my third posting from a speech he ghost-wrote in the early 1960s.  Greenleaf writes: In mechanics, there is a mathematical principle called ‘moments of force.’  It … Continue reading

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POWER IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE, PART II

At times during his tenure at AT&T Greenleaf would ghost-write a speech, following is my second posting from a speech he ghost-wrote in the early 1960s.  Greenleaf writes: With this general introduction, I would like to share with you a … Continue reading

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POWER IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE, PART I

At times during his tenure at AT&T Greenleaf would ghost-write a speech, following is the first posting from a speech he ghost-wrote in the early 1960s.  Greenleaf writes: Theologians and philosophers have speculated theoretically and at great length on the … Continue reading

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