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What does moral leadership mean to me?

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 1:10pm 0 Comments

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…


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