On Leadership: The Battle of Agincourt
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On Leadership: The Battle of Agincourt

Ken Adelman, a leadership coach with Movers and Shakespeares, explains to On Leadership how King Henry V overcame tremendous battlefield odds to defeat the French at Agincourt, and how today's leaders can do the same.

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