What does moral leadership mean to me?
Moral leadership would definitely be some hot topics when people live under monarchy, especially under the reign of some absolute monarchy. Ideas would arise questioning the court and the roles played by the citizens. Today, moral leadership may sound less familiar to us, but the common understanding of moral leadership may be the leader of a democratic society. In my…Continue
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St. Albans School
Student – High School
Media’s Critical Moral Leadership Role: Helping Set Sparks Ablaze
With close to 100 journalists imprisoned, Turkey now has the highest number of incarcerated journalists in the world as it continues down a path of increasingly authoritarian media censorship. “Anyone who criticizes the [Turkish] government either stops or finds him or herself in jail,” lamented Faruk…Continue
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Name : Ji Young (Christina) Chang
School : Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia)
Education : High School Student
“Those who conduct themselves with morality, integrity and consistency need not fear the forces of inhumanity and cruelty” Nelson Mandela
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Name:-Abhijit Anil Pawar
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NAME: ABDUL ABDULLATEEF OLASUBOMI
SCHOOL: UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA
CATEGORY: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
As an imperative in any community, the significance of leadership cannot be downplayed. A congregation of two or more must spring forth a leader who would be responsible for piloting the affairs of the group and providing them with guidance and direction. Leadership therefore is inevitable in any society. That apart, leadership is critical to the progress or downfall of…Continue
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What does moral leadership mean to you?
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Man's journey from the birth of their time has been plagued with a great divide. The rift was fabricated from an intrinsic propensity to choose the path one deems apt. The others embark their own way fueled by alternate incentives. But mere tribal discrepancies among our great early species have atrophied to the extent of genocide in the recent past. Nazi Germany could not live harmoniously with the Jewish innocent and the military regime of Yugoslavia had to ethnically cleanse…Continue
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MY MORAL LEADER
It is an amazing feeling that you have a leader which gave you a way to follow. He was a man like that.After all these years he passed away every Turk can feel the same responsibilities to their people.The responsibility which has the power to all people stand…Continue
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I am a law student, in my last year and my own education is very important to me, because I appreciate how much more difficult the world out there, especially for people like me, the youth. I have been able to volunteer in several youth-led and NGO-led projects targeting students and all in some way, trying to empower them, to become better students.
Despite all of this, I still find the topic Moral leadership as quite complex. I understand the concept of leadership. Being surrounded…Continue
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Name :Dalwadi Pratikkumar
Institution : Niagara College Canada
Study : Post Graduation
#What does moral leadership mean to you ?
Today we all are staying in 21st century. A leader must be dynamic. A dynamic leader means a leader who can face challenges and is able to handle those challenges considering past, evaluating present and taking decisions for future. Today world is rapidly globalizing and birth of new applications in electronic…Continue
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“You better watch out. You better not cry. You better not pout; I’m telling you why. Santa Claus is coming to town.”
If someone began to sing this tune, most people would be able to join in and sing along. This classic melody represents one of the most well-known Christmas icons in the world. This classic melody represents the one and only Santa Claus, or Father Christmas, or even St. Nicholas. The jolly man has numerous names, yet no matter what you prefer to call him, this…Continue
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National Law University, Jodhpur, India.
Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. are a few unforgettable leaders the world saw. So are Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Stalin. There must be something in the way one handles leadership which distinguishes the former group from the latter. Why is it that some leaders become immortal sources of inspiration, while others are remembered only for the sake of keeping…Continue
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A discussion on subjectivity
The textbook definition of a moral leader is “ an individual who governs or makes decisions based on fairness and ethical guidelines, rather than personal, political, or financial considerations”. However I believe that the term ‘Moral Leadership’ is somewhat of an oxymoron. With the moral compass of our generation skewed…Continue
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What does moral leadership mean to you?
Moral - when heard this word , what are you thinking ? I’m totally sure that every person has their own answer, and I am sure it will be positive senses. And then, if myself got asked about what I think about moral…Continue
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Drenched into the never ending debate on morality and ethics i asked myself do we really need heroes to inspire us or to make us believe in the goodness of a system. As a child one would have heroes playing their roles in the moral drama of the world who would make us trust each other. Today we live in a world full of hatred, enmity, selfishness, greed. We are in dire need of heroes, people who can inspire us, help shape us morally, spur us on to purposeful action—and from time to time we…Continue
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It’s a fine state of affairs in Syria, and the clock is striking thirteen. Authoritarianism stands intransigent to the whims and agitations of the people. And the frightening turnout of events in that country is by no means “funny ha ha”.
'To be or not to be, that is the question'.
Riot acts are read out aloud through nuzzles of dictatorial guns, yet the “peopled dissidence” wouldn't yield to any such unpeopled impetus, neither would they be dragooned to…Continue
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Not many people have the intrepidity to go against the grain and stand up for what is just and ethical. But those who have the character to defy worldly logic and live up to moral standards eventually act in conformity with humanitarian standards-an act which goes a long way in ensuring that humanity and integrity are here to stay.
Moral leadership is never born out of coercion but an innate will to not let the wrong usurp the rights of the fair and it is this will that has…Continue
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What Does Moral Leadership Mean to You?
The word moral to me is easily defined. Whenever I hear it immediately I think of an assessment of an individual’s behavior; and whether that behavior is to be considered right or wrong. Furthermore from my perspective the word moral also deals with an evaluation of someone’s nature. Thus words like good and bad are also invariably thought of in association with the concept of morality However, in my view this assessment of…Continue
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Moral leadership is the way leaders take decisions on the basis of what is right and wrong. It is the way moral decisions are taken based on their interpretations of values. Moral leaders are visionaries and affect personal change. They put ethics first to take rough decisions when stakes are high. They think of all the win-win situations for all the parties that are at stake. Sometimes they might even be torn apart by two different responsibilities. Such moral leaders are very rarely found…Continue
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