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Essay on 'What does moral leadership mean to you?'

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

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…


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