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Managers as Mentors, 3rd Edition by Marshall Goldsmith, Chip R. Bell

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Mentoring: Steve Allen Style

Before Jay Leno there was host Johnny Carson. And before Johnny’s long run, the host of The Tonight Show was Jack Paar. But before Jack, there was the very first host of the show in the mid-fifties—Steve Allen. Allen died in 2000 of an apparent heart attack at age 78 while napping at his son’s home in Encino, California. The author of more than fifty books and five thousand songs, Steve Allen was regarded as the founding father of the late-night talk show. The world knew him as an accomplished comedian, talented musician, and innovative talk show host. But to the countless entertainers privileged to have been understudies to Allen—the late singer Andy Williams, actor and comedian Steve Martin, actor Billy Crystal, ...

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