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Being a Level 5 Leader
Borje Vickberg, Sweden
Being wise, being ethically irreproachable is hard to learn from a book or a lecture.
To see through those who falsely claim to to be that is fairly easy unless your dealing with psychopaths.
Identify the psychopaths and escape. That is my advice.

Moral Intelligence
Robert Chenault, Student (University), United States
Lennick and Kiel discuss Four Principles of Moral Intelligence that they believe are characteristic of great leaders. The first two they mention, integrity and responsibility, are key to being good leaders. However, in order to be truly great leaders, leaders must possess both compassion and forgiveness.
A willingness to encourage risk taking and tolerate mistakes (think Benjamin Franklin) is critical to innovation.
McGregor, in The Human Side of Enterprise and as a part of Theory Y, argues that managers should take a more positive view of employees and the possibilities that this releases and creates.



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