Emmanuel Okwii
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Assistant Education Officer
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Ministry Of Education And Sports - Uganda
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Communication, Education
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Emmanuel Okwii's Blog

Moral Leadership and Today’s Society: It Begins With You

Posted on July 21, 2013 at 6:49am 12 Comments

Embracing good or moral leadership entails a deep understanding of what leadership is and what it means by being a good leader. Although many scholars and individuals have had different perceptions of leadership, I would like my readers to view leadership as the ability to steer individuals under one’s control with the intention of creating results that could not be arrived at before the coming in of such a leader. For this reason, a moral leader should have…

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