By Monica E. Oss President Dwight D. Eisenhower has been part of every day of my professional life since I left college. I am a long-time user of the Eisenhower Matrix for time management (if you’re not familiar with it, check out Introducing the Eisenhower Matrix). But a broader view of the leadership skills of President Eisenhower has come into sharp focus over the past six months as historians profile his administration—and its parallels to challenges facing leaders today. He signed the Civil Rights Act of 1957 and sent Army troops to enforce federal court orders which integrated schools in Little Rock. He had to deal with Joseph McCarthy. He ended the…
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