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Moral Leaders Inspire Teams That 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.
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New Research: The State of Moral Leadership in Business

Our new report finds that the vast majority of U.S. employees want greater moral leadership from their managers and CEOs, but that demand outpaces supply.
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The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity and The HOW Institute for Society Announce Student Winners of the 2021 Prize in Ethics Essay Contest

The Prize in Ethics Essay Contest, established in 1989 by Professor Elie Wiesel and his wife, Marion Wiesel, is an annual competition that challenges college students to address the urgent and complex ethical issues that confront the modern world. Since its inception, thousands of young people have written essays for consideration.
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New Research: Human Connection in the Virtual Workspace

Our new report found human connection was strained for all employees but for some more than others, particularly women and younger workers. Yet, employees who rated managers high on moral leadership scale were 150 percent more likely to feel meaningfully connected to their organization during the crisis.
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