As the Royal Shakespeare Company production made clear, there are people and there are events, and then there is the way those people and events are construed. The ideal? Henry V: charismatic, eloquent, inspiring, and capable of leading others to victory as he stands right alongside them.
Table of contents
- Title: Leadership in Action: Reader Forum - The Creation of a Leader in Shakespeare's "Henry V"
- Release date: October 2003
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 9781604913828
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