Kofi Annan: Ethical Leadership

Kofi Annan shares some thoughts on what makes great ethical leadership; striving to do what is right, recognising that power is held in trust for the benefit of other people rather than self, serving by understanding the concerns and needs of others, being able to empathise, and thinking about what must be done to serve the people of tomorrow.

 

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