Moral Ability

The sixth dimension critical to proper application of the above five informal leadership abilities is moral ability. Moral ability is the attribute of knowing and applying the principle of fairness and goodness versus evil and unfairness in how one conducts his or her life.

The moral attribute is the most difficult to define because it is influenced by so many variables, including the five abilities mentioned above. The most significant variable is probably a spiritual one. Moral development has historically been aligned with spirituality or religion. Concepts such as sin, karma, heaven, and hell have been connected to morality.

The variety of religions in the world and varying interpretations of moral thought and actions often ...

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