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Title: Exploring the leadership that matters
Authors: Bezzina, Christopher
Bufalino, Giambattista
Keywords: Educational leadership
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Centro Studi di Economia e Diritto
Citation: Bezzina , C., & Bufalino, G. (2014). Exploring the leadership that matters. Economia e Diritto, 009, 1-5.
Abstract: Today’s leaders act in a global world that, according to Giddens (1998), inf luences social processes, institutions and encourages new f orms of individualism. Sommerville (2000) emphasizes a Western culture characterized by autonomy and self determination, reminding us that we are living in a world of “intense individualism” where self -centeredness and the ‘I’ versus ‘us’ syndrome is of ten the rule of the day, thus militating against the values of the learning and inclusive community and the common good. A slavish commitment to intense individualism can rob us of a sense of what it means to be more fully engaged with our f ellow human beings.
ISSN: 22823964
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