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#Cyberpeacefare #Peace #Morals #EverybodyAnybody/Somebody/Nobody ? #Cybersilence

"The great task of peace is to work morals into it. The only sort of peace that will be real is one in which everybody takes his share of responsibility. World organizations and conferences will be of no value unless there is improvement in the relation of men to men."

Sir Frederick Eggleston

(Peace is UpU&Me/UsAll.  So Few "take share of responsibility". "We are the world - Let's make it better"  cybersilence ?).

Added by Al LeBlanc on May 29, 2014 at 8:14am — 4 Comments

Moral Leaderships

Moral Leadership

Essay topic- What does Moral Leadership mean to me?

By: - Kshitiz, Student of Grade 10, Sekolah Bogor Raya, Indonesia

 

Today, we all have someone who inspires us, someone who we look up to, someone’s footsteps we want to follow. There are two important terms we should look when we are discussing about Moral Leadership. Both words have different meanings yet they are written together. There is a huge…

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Added by Kshitiz Mishra on December 7, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Reynaldi Gunawan/Student/Sekolah Bogor Raya (Indonesia)/Teacher: Ida Ayu Utami Sundari

The Prestigious Value of Moral Leadership

 

            Moral leadership is not something that every single person in this world owns. This prestigious value is earned, not given. A person who owns moral leadership is an individual who governs or makes decisions. They look at matters based on fairness and ethical guidelines rather than personal matters. Someone who has moral leadership is someone who guides…

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Added by Reynaldi Gunawan on December 2, 2013 at 10:00pm — 10 Comments

Moral Leadership - what is that?

‘Moral leadership? What is that?’

Those sentences were the first thing that came out into my mind when I see the term ‘moral leadership’. As a student who hasn’t experienced the taste of being a leader, I had a hard time on defining the term into my own understanding. Fortunately, after a few times of looking blankly at…

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Added by Tsamara Alifia on December 2, 2013 at 8:30am — 8 Comments

Elvan, Student, Sekolah Bogor Raya (Indonesia) Teacher: Ida Ayu Utami Sundari

Moral Leadership: Importance of Moral Leaders

By: Elvan (Sekolah Bogor Raya Student)

Teacher: Ida Ayu Utami Sundari

 

Moral leadership is when a leader who guides and shows the way by example. They need to have an ability to persuade other. If there is no persuading skills, there is no leadership skills. To become a perfect moral leader a person not only can require to…

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Added by Elvan Tjendana on December 1, 2013 at 10:07pm — 3 Comments

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