Curriculum Help

Can leadership be taught? Jim and Barry’s answer is an unequivocal “yes.” It is their desire, both in studying and writing about leadership, to work with those who share a belief that there is a leader within each person, yearning to make a difference. Your responsibility as educators is to fos­ter that belief, promoting the self-confidence necessary to step forward, and building the skills required to become a positive force in the world. In this section, you will find more information about the various resources available to you as an instructor.

Discussion Questions


Your classroom leadership conversation starts here. Discussion questions are available for The Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition, Credibility, The Truth About Leadership, A Leader's Legacy and Encouraging the Heart in order facilitate meaningful dialogue with your students who will in turn, apply concepts learned to real-life situations.

The Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition Discussion Questions

Credibility Discussion Questions

The Truth About Leadership Discussion Questions

A Leader's Legacy Discussion Questions

Encouraging the Heart Discussion Questions


Instructors Guides



Guides and other tools to support you as educators and instructors—at the college, university, and graduate level—are available for select trade books in our franchise, including The Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition. Access to these resources requires a Wiley Instructor Account. Click here to sign up for or log in to your account.

Curriculum Help