"Anyone who aspires to a successful career in business must grapple with the question of what it takes to become an effective leader. What are the skills and attributes that separate the mediocre and run of the mill from the person who stands out and is recognized by his peers and superiors as a leader? How does one acquire these skills and attributes? And continue to sharpen these skills, once acquired? Anyone inclined to ask these questions would benefit greatly from reading Robert McLaughlin’s memoir:
Creative Destruction: From the Marine Corps to the Board Room."
— John Collette