During the recent conference “Exploring the Meta-Values of Authentic Leadership: Moral Literacy in Action“, Charles Burford (Associate Professor in Leadership at the Australian Catholic University) sat down with us to discuss some of the central themes of the 14th Annual Values and Leadership Conference. In this segment, he speaks about the central difficulty he sees in using ‘authenticity’ as an ideal for measuring leadership practices, and explains that he would rather focus on thinking about ‘Leadership as a Moral Process. (Part II of the discussion can be found here, and Part III can be found here.)

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