Character of Leadership

Eastman II, Phil
June 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2010, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p19
The article highlights the character of leadership model created by the author. He states that the model has its origins among the Greeks who noted that character is comprised of four cardinal virtues, courage, temperance, justice and wisdom. He notes that human character is the whole of the 7 elements working together including, faith, justice, temperance and hope.


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