Moral Leadership

Will, George
May 2000
Executive Excellence;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p15
Associates the concept of moral leadership with the willingness to impose limits on self and others. Tendency of omniprovident leadership to give rise to a culture of easy conscience and bending of public power for private purposes; Proneness of democracy to tyranny of the majority; Leaders' role of leading back people to their heritage; Examples given by George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.


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