Open Access Graduate Research Paper
According to Heck (1991), Socrates once defined an ideal leader as a philosopher-king. This person would be secluded from society so as to be unaffected by the behaviors of politicians. He claimed that being surrounded by these types of people could lead to such undesirable traits as greed, dishonesty or illogical thinking. After a period of years, this person would emerge having been tutored by the wisest teachers and well-prepared to rule the rest of society.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
James L. Doud
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©1994 John P. Sheahan Jr.
Sheahan, John P. Jr., "Principal leadership qualities needed for the twenty-first century: A reflective essay" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 3290.