Leadership in Guidance
by Esther Lloyd-Jones - 1952
If education is to perform adequately the tasks that now lie before it, it must have leadership. But there are differing ideas of leadership, each of which affects the way the individual operates. It is important, therefore, to examine these ideas as we consider the problem of leadership preparation. The following analysis relates to the field of guidance.
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