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Herzog’s Aguirre: Lessons Learned for Transformational Leadership in Inclusion

Last night, I had the delight of watching Herzog's Aguirre again. However this time, rather than simply following Kinski's wonderful portrayal of the errant Spanish Conquistador on a doomed search for El Dorado, I listened to Werner Herzog's commentary. The anecdotes of how he threatened to shoot his leading man if he didn't return to… Continue reading Herzog’s Aguirre: Lessons Learned for Transformational Leadership in Inclusion

Inclusion · Leadership · Philosophy

Shakespeare’s Coriolanus: Lessons for Level 5 Leaders in Inclusion

It was a delight last week to watch a performance of Shakespeare's Coriolanus. Compared to his other tragedies, I always feel it sits somewhat awkwardly in the canon. Coriolanus is not brought down by madness like Macbeth, or innocence like Romeo, or the machinations of his servant like Othello. Indeed, if anything were to be… Continue reading Shakespeare’s Coriolanus: Lessons for Level 5 Leaders in Inclusion