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Being a moral leader requires constant wrestling with questions of right and wrong, and fairness and justice. Moral leaders regularly ask themselves if what they are doing is compatible with their purpose. They build moral wisdom by inviting others to join in these discussion and by taking responsibility for their behavior.
Pausing creates space for leaders to reflect on the world and the situation at hand, reconnect with their core values and relationships, rethink their understanding, and reimagine the future.
Moral leadership inspires exceptional organizational performance Moral leaders are obsessed with how work gets done and not just the end results. They do this because it often allows them to see and make the right and principled decision, even if inconvenient. They also do this, though, based on an appreciation for the
A vacuum of moral authority has been created by the lessening influence of cultural institutions and the widespread distrust of governmental agencies. Employees are rightful turning and yearning for leaders with the courage to use their influence to stand up to those acting with seeming impunity.
Moral Leadership Inspires Teams When moral leadership is present teams are animated by high ethical standards, respect, learning, and trust Moral leadership is a feature of interpersonal networks in organizations. In other words, the energy that moral leaders exude is truly contagious, working like the ripple of a wave