The timing of these lessons on leadership couldn’t be better.
“What I’m going to do in this class is to think about what makes a good leader, what kinds of lessons we can learn from leaders . . . and their failures,” presidential historian and author of “Leadership: In Turbulent Times,” Doris Kearns Goodwin says in the intro to her new MasterClass, U.S. Presidential History and Leadership. “As Teddy Roosevelt said, ‘human nature is the most important thing to understand if you’re a leader.'”
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