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The Case for Diversifying the Prototypical LeaderBlog
Fostering a diversity of views and styles of leadership could give organizations, among other things, an ethical advantage.
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Jerry Kohlberg: Banking on a Moral IdentityBlog
Jerry Kohlberg amassed one of Wall Street’s largest fortunes after co-founding Kohlberg, Kravis and Roberts (KKR) in 1976, but it was his consistent emphasis on ethics as a force for good, along with his warnings of the potential evils outsized wealth can tender, that we will remember most.