Mclean, J. W.
MCLEAN, J. W.
MCLEAN, J. W. American, b. 1922. Genres: Administration/Management, Money/Finance, Self help. Career: Merrill, Lynch, Fenner & Bean, Tulsa, OK, account executive, 1946-48; First National Bank of Tulsa, trainee to vice-president and commercial loan officer, 1949-58; Texas National Bank, Houston, senior vice-president to president and chief executive officer, 1958- 64; Bank of America, San Francisco, CA, senior vice-president and director of marketing, 1964-67; Liberty National Bank and Trust Co., Oklahoma City, OK, president, chairman, and chief executive officer, 1967-87, retired, 1987; writer, lecturer, and consultant, 1987-. Federal Reserve System, director for six years and president of Federal Advisory Council, 1979. University of Oklahoma, adjunct professor; Center for Creative Leadership, senior adviser; conducts seminars on leadership and team building for corporate clients, large municipalities, and institutions of higher learning. Columnist for Journal Record, Oklahoma City. Publications: Say Yes or Say Why: Fundamental Principles of Sound Bank Credit, 1964; Cross-Selling Banking Services to Business, 1965; So You Want to Be the Boss?: A CEO's Lessons in Leader- ship, 1990; (with W. Weitzel) Leadership: Magic, Myth, or Method?, 1991; Conquering Quandaries, 1992; There Ain't No Straight Putts, 1992; So You Want to Chip It Close, 2003. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to banking publications. Address: 5 Cypress Point Ct, Frisco, TX 75034-6826, U.S.A.