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Watership Down Models Transformative Leadership

In this essay, Gretchen Ziegenhals uses the book Watership Down, and its protagonist Hazel, to discuss the characteristics of transformative leadership. Describing the ways ordinary “rabbits” become transformative leaders, Ziegenhals identifies courage, humility, compassion, the ability to innovate and to integrate opposing ideas, and the ability to deal effectively with change, as key skills that make an effective leader. You can read the essay, "Rabbits, Rapscallions and Transformative Leadership" on the website of Faith & Leadership, and perhaps be inspired to read Watership Down in a new light.






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