The Great Challenge of Leadership understood with the help fo Shakespeare
As a leader you have to cope with a high level of responsibility - for yourself and others. In order to achieve this successfully one has to combine this “super-human” role as a leader with being “just a person”. Many of Shakespeare’s plays evolve around this theme. His vivid characters show us which approach leads to success – and which does not.
Knowledge alone does not lead to change or success. Sorting out the internal structure of the person is the aim. Theory must be converted into reality then change and success is possible.
Shakespeare plays: Henry V, Richard II, Antony and Cleopatra,
Hamlet, The Merchant of Venice, Taming of the Shrew.
What makes a good leader?
Traps in management
The person v’s the manager
The best way to handle a position in management
Converting theory into reality
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