Using Moral Decision Making to Develop Strong Leadership in Society

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Using Moral Decision Making to Develop Strong Leadership in Society
LDR 6135 Questions 5
1.There are many theories regarding using moral decision making to develop strong leadership in society. One of the more interesting of these theories is known as moral sainthood. It is advocated by Susan Wolf.
Wolf’s concept of moral sainthood is built on three main concepts. These are 1)we must be devoted to the welfare of other people and society, 2)It must be a full-time job regardless of what industry we are in and 3)moral sainthood is not defined by perfection(Brooks 5).
There are important implications associated with this theory. The first is that it is a way of life and not just something for the workplace. This means that when you go home you...
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.....people that will be able to do more then they would if they were not empowered.
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