Joan Hernandez
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University Professor
Universidad Nur
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Development, Education, Gender, Globalization, Peace, Religion
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I have worked since 1990 with Nur University, primarily in the field of Education, with emphasis on Community Education, thereby including topics such as leadership and sustainable development.

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Posted on November 30, 2013 at 7:11pm 0 Comments

Nur University in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, began teaching moral leadership in 1994, based on a conceptual framework of 6 elements.

1)        Service-Oriented Leadership

2)        The Purpose of Leadership:  Personal and Collective Transformation:

3)        The Moral Responsibility to Investigate and Apply Truth

4)        A Conviction of the Essential Nobility of Human Beings

5)        Transcendence

6)        Development of…


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