The Elgar Leadership Cases series bridges the gap between theory and real-world leadership practice. Interdisciplinary in scope, the series spans a wide range of topics, from traditional leadership theories to applications of leadership across business, political, historical and social contexts. Cases of varying lengths are included to meet instructor and student needs in different teaching scenarios. The cases serve as a springboard for classroom discussion, while learning objectives and summary questions inspire deeper thinking. Teaching notes for each case support instructors seeking to promote student engagement. Incorporating examples of leadership failure as well as success, books in this series provide a rich and practical resource for course instructors and students alike.