Cleveland, OH, June 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Brent M. Buckley, Managing Partner of Buckley King and Chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's Business, Banking & Corporate Counsel Section, welcomes James Rosebush, former Deputy Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and the author of "True Reagan" for a luncheon presentation on June 14, 2016.
What made Reagan great and why does it matter?
After a decade of slow growth, declining productivity, double-digit inflation, an energy crisis and a government incapable of solving problems, the American people were eager for change. What people hungered for most of all was leadership and leadership is what the 40th President of the United States gave his fellow Americans. James Rosebush will reveal:
>The secret to President Reagan's greatness;
>The source of his influence;
>The key to his character; and
>The strength behind his leadership.
In exploring Reagan's values and character, Rosebush will recount not only what Reagan revealed to him personally, but also his observations while working and traveling the world with the President. According to Rosebush, Reagan's story is best told when focused on the fundamental belief systems that gave way to his strategies, how he came by them, and how he created and delivered foreign and domestic policy based on them ... and thereby changed history.
Rosebush will uncover the heart of the man -- the thinking, beliefs and character many have declared "mysterious and unknowable."
About James Rosebush
James Rosebush is Chief Executive Officer of the international consulting firm, GrowthStrategy, Inc. He served in the Reagan White House as Deputy Assistant to the President, the Chief of Staff to First Lady, Nancy Reagan, and a Senior Advisor where he managed the President's Private Sector Initiatives program designed to engender private sector solutions for public problems.
For additional information about this upcoming presentation, visit buckleyking.com/events or contact the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association at 216.696.2404.