This book is a sequel to an earlier book ‘Business Drama: How Shakespearean Insights Help Leaders Manage Volatile Contexts’, which came out in April 2014 and was published by Zorba Publishers Pvt.Ltd. It was co-authored with Dr. Ray Titus and Dr. Debashish Sengupta. The first book focused on broad organizational issues covering a wide range and linked them to the appropriate incidents/ stand taken by characters in the plays. Subsequently, it analyzed what were the learnings we could get from the plays and whether it could be applied in present day organizations. The book you are reading now focuses on leadership, including contextual leadership. If we look at it from a broad perspective, the world is going through a leadership crisis in many critical areas where this, i.e. high quality leadership is in fact most in need. Whether it is the government, business or politics, we seem to be going through a phase where we sometimes appear to be lurching from one crisis to another. Can anything be done about this? The unfortunate answer is – not in the immediate future. And there are no immediate solutions. What perhaps can be done however is that we can see if we can look over our shoulders to the past in order to improve our future. The vision for this book is firmly rooted in this premise and its philosophy is grounded in the infinite lessons which can be pulled by corporates and people working in other areas (it is immaterial whether they are in leadership positions) from the plays of Shakespeare, and more specifically, the lessons in leadership which are embodied in the plays.