Leadership is in a state of crisis. Watch the news, read the papers and there isn’t a piece or headline that doesn’t illustrate this. Questionable behaviour on the part of leaders has led to a crisis of confidence and a growth in distrust. From politics to corporates, society to institutions, leaders are failing the system. While the reason is not fully understood, but many have explored – fear and anxiety in the fast-changing world – one thing is apparent, sound moral judgment is clearly lacking. Building character is the foundation of responsible leadership. It shapes how we engage with the world. And while some might say, you’re either born with it or not, research shows that character is something that can be developed.
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Lulu and Nana are created in Shenzhen and the announcement is met with condemnation. Chinese authorities suspend all activities.