Leadership Lessons From The Great Books

The Scarlet Letter: A Romance by Nathaniel Hawthorne w/Libby Unger
  • Welcome and Introduction 
  • The Matrons on Hester Prynne
  • The Literary Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Critiques of Hawthorne From the Right and the Left
  • The Power of Geography and Place
  • The "Margaret Atwood"-ization of Feminism
  • Laws of Nature Versus Laws of Man
  • Protestant Strain in 'Woke' Politics
  • Religion of Experts
  • Leaders Dance With Their Need for Certainty
  • Repentance with Elijah or Obadiah
  • Leading Moral Grandstanders and Followers with Bullhorns
  • The Distraction of Puffery
  • Applauding the Seven Deadly Sins in 2023
  • Revenge Served By Roger Chillingworth
  • Original Sin Lays in the Heart of All Men
  • On the Psychology of Moral Guilt About Historical Wrongs
  • Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
  • Follow Your Heart is Terrible Advice
  • The "Quantum Leap" Theory of Judging the Past
  • Force Without Moral Authority is Tyranny
  • Putting Chaos Back in the Box
  • Leaders, Focus on Outcomes and What You're Seeking to Create
  • Sheep, Sheepdogs, and Wolves
  • Hester Prynne at Her Needle
  • Hester Prynne's Repentance is Also Her Revenge
  • Leadership Challenges of Mr. Dimmesdale
  • Stay on the Leadership Path with The Scarlet Letter
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What is Leadership Lessons From The Great Books?

Because understanding great literature is better than trying to read and understand (yet) another business book, Leadership Lessons From The Great Books leverages insights from the GREAT BOOKS of the Western canon to explain, dissect, and analyze leadership best practices for the post-modern leader.