A Few Words With: Author and Military Historian Ed Ruggero

A Few Words With: Author and Military Historian Ed Ruggero

Author Ed Ruggero has spent a lot of his adult life studying what makes a good leader, be it in business or on the battlefield. A West Point graduate and military veteran himself, Ed has taken special interest in showcasing the stories of some of the courageous...

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