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Shakespeare's rulers and generals are all flawed, but the books on his leadership lessons keep coming

By Robert White, Winthrop Professor of English, The University of Western Australia
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The founder of the Bell Shakespeare Company has written a book gleaning leadership wisdom from the bard. But figures such as Richard III and Julius Caesar are hardly ones to emulate.

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