Tiemann ’70 Publishes Leadership Guide

Fishburne Military School Alumnus Publishes “The Ultimate Guide to Leadership Development”

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A new book, “Developing World Class Leaders: The Ultimate Guide to Leadership Development” by Rick Tiemann, Fishburne Military School Class of 1970, is sure to become a required part ofRick Tiemann, Fishburne Military School 1970, and book Developing World Class Leaders every Caisson’s Leadership Library.

Google Books notes that “Newcomers can read cover-to-cover and explore the scope, purpose, methods, and possibilities that go into a successful program. They will find everything they need to get started and grow their leadership development program. Experienced leaders will appreciate the chapters as they challenge the reader to think about the depth of what is required to sustain results, from the complex nature of the work, essential skills and ways to enhance them, models for understanding the organizational terrain, ways to anticipate the challenges and avoid the pitfalls, and strategies to sustain a world class leadership development program.”

Rick Tiemann graduated from Fishburne Military School in 1970 with the rank of Cadet Major. During his Cadetship, Rick was the Commander of the Hudgins Rifles, and Vice-President of the Varsity Club. He earned athletic letters in Football and basketball.

Rick Tiemann started The Executive Group in 1991 and works with companies in the areas of organizational and business development. His expertise is on developing organizational effectiveness through employee selection and development with a targeted focus on sales and leadership. His experience in mergers and acquisitions including turnarounds and employee integration make him a sought after consultant to organizations preparing for or in the midst of implementing change.

With over 40 years of business experience including having owned three businesses, Rick has worked in both national and international arenas and has held positions of Director of Sales and Marketing, VP of Sales, Asian Business Development Manager, and President of a 75-million-dollar company in the fire and security industry.

Rick is also an accomplished Executive and Behavioral Coach and uses his insight into behavior to assist CEO’s, Sales and Operations Managers, and business owners in their professional development.

Fishburne Military School is the oldest and smallest of all military schools for boys in Virginia. Its college-prep curriculum is built on the structure of an Army JROTC program. FMS has been designated as a JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction and may nominate qualified candidates to the United States Service Academies. Fishburne hosts one of only four Summer JROTC programs in the nation that is accredited by US Army Cadet Command.