Maslow's Leadership Legacy

  title={Maslow's Leadership Legacy},
  author={Miles A. Vich},
  journal={Journal of Humanistic Psychology},
  pages={444 - 445}
  • Miles A. Vich
  • Published 1 October 2008
  • History, Psychology
  • Journal of Humanistic Psychology
during a National Training Lab conference. Bertha expressed her concern that Abe was pushing himself too hard and wished that he would slow down. Somewhat brusquely, Abe dismissed her concern and emphasized that he had his important work to do. Bertha and I did not challenge him further about his pace. He knew his time was limited, and he died within a year. We all mourned him but knew that his way of caring was to give all he could to the field of psychology and those who still treasure his… 

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