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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Robert Neuschel  

Pen Name: None

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Born: 1919 in Hamburg, New York

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Neuschel was on the board of Loyola University ChicagoServed as chairman of the Lake Forest Symphony, Illinois

Biographical and Professional Information

He was a popular professor at the Kellogg School of Management who designed the first course ever on managerial leadership. Designed in 1983, the first managerial leadership course that Professor Neuschel created and taught proved to be one of the most sought-after graduate courses.

Former director of the University’s Transportation Center


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

Emerging Issues in Corporate Governance
ISBN: 0810197979

Northwestern Univ Pr. 1984

Book by

The Servant Leader: Unleashing the Power of Your People
ISBN: 0749445335

Kogan Page Ltd. 2006

In The Servant Leader, Robert P. Neuschel makes the case that our leadership is experiencing a diminution in ethics and a loss of enduring values. These weakening factors are exacerbated by a preoccupation with the short term. As Neuschel puts it, "We are more concerned about achieving quick shareholder value than building an enduring organization that can increase its capacity to produce useful products or services more competitively and more effectively on an enduring basis." He lays the blame at the feet of our corporate leadership.

He asks: what steps might we take to revitalize the quality and strength of our leadership? He then forcefully and straightforwardly gives an outline of what he believes are the major changes in leadership we must bring about. As a professor of management and strategy, and earlier, as a director and senior partner at a major consulting firm, and as a captain in the U. S. Army, Neuschel observed the best of leadership, and practiced it. He shares his insights with us in The Servant Leader.


Awards

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Salzberg Concept Medallion