Leaders With David Faber | 2001
Special that takes an in-depth look at what it means to be a leader -- whether in business or in the community -- since the terrorist attacks of September 11.
Michael Eisner, who has led Walt Disney Company for more than 17 years, addresses the reasoning behind executive decisions made by himself and the Walt Disney Company on September 11; workplace safety and security; and his own personal leadership style.
Thomas Von Essen, a 26-year veteran of the New York Fire Department who has been credited with consistently preparing for the challenges of protecting life and property in New York City, discusses the challenges of re-building a department that has suffered a tremendous loss of life.
Richard Sheirir, the man responsible for coordinating New York City's response to an emergency crisis and whose agency is the nerve center of the recovery effort, shares his sentiment on being described as an "unassuming bureaucrat" and expresses his thoughts regarding the performance of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.