INTRODUCTIONTHE FIVE-STEP PATHWAY TO MORAL DECISION MAKING
We found that every leader in our study, young or old, had undergone at least one intense, transformational experience.
In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.
John Archibald Wheeler
Today a growing wealth of research supports the idea that leadership that is moral, other-centered, trustworthy, and compassionate empowers success. Social scientists such as Dacher Keltner, Martin Seligman, and Barbara Fredrickson have shown that the capacity for altruism is critical to good leadership. “Leaders, in every field,” says business guru Warren Bennis, “are richly endowed with ...