Odyssey: Shakespeare's 'Henry V' and Leadership

Any modern discussion of policing and police reform must include an examination of leadership ethics and methods. The deportment of a police officer in any given situation can be traced directly back to the orders that she is given, the behavior that is modeled by the officer's supervisor. The corrupt "bad actor" and the virtuous hero both have bosses that feed into their behavior in some way.

As Shakespeare tells us his tales of leaders and their ethics, what can police leaders take away? What can plays like Henry V and "The Scottish Play" tell them about how to lead?

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