Servant Leadership

From an interview that Shackleton biographer James Fisher conducted with Frank Worsley's widow in the 1950s:


Jean Worsley: "He did always emphasize that the Boss always thought of his men before he thought of himself. He was most insistent upon that. And he used to say how wonderful it was that he never lost a man under his leadership, and he would say it wasn’t only luck, but it was good leadership."

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