"Snyder not only describes the art of struggle, but also shows how it works a positive change in the life of real characters. From a psychological standpoint, this has a powerful humanizing impact on the reader. It reinforces the indisputable truth that, no matter how famous, a leader is still a human. as George states in his foreword, “only in acknowledging our own flaws and vulnerabilities can we become authentic leaders who empower people to perform to the best of their abilities” (p. x)."
"Leadership and the Art of Struggle: How Great Leaders Grow Through Challenge and Advertsity,"
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/jacl/vol9/iss1/13