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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Fareed Zakaria Special on Sunday 12/26

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Hosts Primetime Special on Leading During Troubled Times on Sunday, Dec. 26

In these times of crisis, America needs leaders who are not just good, but great. CNN’s Fareed Zakaria interviews titans in business, government, and academia for insights on power, persuasion, command, and decision making. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen, corporate turnaround king Lou Gerstner, Yale University president and economist Rick Levin, and former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman talk to Zakaria about how to lead, and what qualities it takes to do it right.

How to Lead – A Special Edition of Fareed Zakaria GPS debuts Sunday, Dec. 26 on CNN/U.S. at 8:00pm ET and PT. The special airs at 8:00am ET on Sunday, Jan. 2 on CNN International.

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Anonymous said...

Fareed Zakaria is one of the best journalists at
CNN. I am very upset with 360. They have yet
to talk to any of the 9/11 respondents who are
fighting for healthcare, but they talk to pundits
on the matter who are not affected at all. If
Jon Stewart can give devote an entire episode
of the Daily Show to these brave people, why
can't 360 show them respect and give them
the opportunity to tell Americans their stories.
No 360 had to go with pundits to argue about
the cost. People's lives are not cheap CNN.
Journalism does not matter at your network.

Anonymous said...

It is a real shame that North Korea gets real
news from CNN and we get stuck with lousy
programming. Congrats to Fareed Zakaria.
He is truly a real journalist and not interested
in stunts.I watch his show on Sundays.

Anonymous said...

Fareed's "wrap-up" with Joseph Nye is "dead-on" with respect to where the US is, why we are there and factors relevant to the journey back to being #1 -- Good Job!, Mr Zacharia!!