Moral Judgment and moral Vision

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Begin by reading this article:  https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-49995985 (Links to an external site.)

Thus far, we have encountered a number of different perspectives on leadership. Choose any five leaders that are part of the course requirements and categorize them on their apparent use, or not, of moral judgment and moral vision.  Defend your answers in detail by providing examples from the readings, videos, and quizzes for weeks 1-3. Based on the course content, how well do your five leaders fit with your original list of preferred, or not, leader characteristics?  How do you see Kerger and Putin enacting moral judgment and moral vision? Finally, what are our expectations for organizations to exercise moral judgment and moral vision?  Do we hold organizations to different standards than we do individuals?  Explain.


Five People are 

1. Confucius 

2. Andrew Jackson

3. Sigmund Fred

4. Hannah Arendt

5. Niccolo Machiavelli


Below are videos we've watched :

https://youtu.be/wFt_VGG0kJU

https://youtu.be/gx5IyumKmDI



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