Dyah Norma Maharsi
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Communication, Culture, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Environment, Human Rights, Innovation, Peace, Poverty, Science, Technology
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I want to be global minded person. i want to explore the worlds :)

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Moral Leadership In Three Word.

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 2:53pm 0 Comments

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…

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