Kaplan, Larkin, and Hatton-Yeo address multiple users in their theory “Leadership in Intergenerational Practice: In Search of the Elusive “P” Factor – Passion.” The authors concentrate on a critical aspect of society – working across generational lines to lead representatives of different cohorts in an organization. Their conclusion that passion is an elusive leadership action offers a provocative insight that may become an important aspect of leadership education.

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