How do responsible leaders account and engage with various stakeholders internally and externally as part of a broader social eco-system?
How do responsible leaders safeguard trust and positive impact to foster an inclusive environment where diverse individuals have a voice and feel heard?
How do responsible leaders influence bringing back the “human” in human capital by treating employees and communities around them as an end rather than a means to an end?
How do responsible leaders foster sensemaking by helping others see what’s happening in wider society?
How do responsible leaders go beyond profit to create a sustainable future with shared benefits for business and society by pursuing profitable growth in tandem with positive and equitable social and environmental impact?
How employers can effectively engage with social justice issues.
The role of African humanism, philosophy and values in leadership.
Applying Ubuntu as a compass or moral benchmark for authority and governance.
Moral leadership – human beings as morally, socially and spiritually engaged with others in the enterprise of human life.
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