Professor Harter forces us to look back to an author of legend - William James - in an effort to clarify what great thoughts were occurring in the late 19th century. Harter provides great basis from which one might argue that leadership education, though not formal, happened even then to more participants than one might imagine. James puts the individual leader at the center of the leadership equation, a view which may have waned in recent leadership literature. Enjoy this provocative piece on leaders and change based in an earlier time!

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