Nadezhda Kalinova
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What Does Moral Leadership Mean to You?

Posted on December 27, 2013 at 11:55am 0 Comments

In a century like this, I was surprised or maybe the word shocked is more correct in this situation, to see the topic of this contest advertised on the Net. Nowadays a lot of people are discussing, speaking, thinking, and defining “leadership, leadership skills” and all collocations related to this topical word. But related to moral that’s a different story.

Who is thinking or speaking about moral today?!!!

To be honest, I have thought that this word disappeared from our active…


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