>Did you ever notice the strong relationship between the traits of great
>leaders and the traits of great human beings? Do you think that tells
>us something about what human potential is all about? Do you notice, as
>well, that leadership is about bringing out the best in everyone to the
>benefit of all? Might this be yet another affirmation of the value of
>taking a holistic view of our humanity, in and out of the context of
And others, in a separate thread have talked of the problems with
the educational system and the impact of those problems on young
people . . ..
Let me slightly alter John's first sentence:
Did you ever notice the strong relationship between the traits of
great leaders and the traits of great -parents-?
Don't virtually all of the items on Trond's list (LO6319) also
characterize the parents we wish we had or the parents we wish we were?
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