Moral Leadership

Lennick, Doug; Kiel, Fred
November 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2011, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p17
The article asserts that leaders that are guided by a moral compass are able to outpace their competition and sustain their success. The authors explain that these are leaders that apply values, such as personal integrity and compassion, to their decisions, and that these values guide their responsibility to employees, customers, or shareholders. They also assert that effective leaders are proficient in moral and emotional proficiencies and believe in the essential goodness of their people.


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