How to thrust leadership upon them

October 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;10/21/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 22, p32
The author discusses the value of teaching the students about the essence of leadership. He cites the important role of professors in teaching their students towards the true concept of leadership by engaging them in activities that will challenge them to decide and create solutions. The author also suggests the need for professors to support the student's solutions and let them learn from their mistakes and failures.


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