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Leadership definitions are very varied, but to be a leader fundamentally means the ability to lead a group of individuals. Being a leader is not so much about position or hierarchy, but instead the ability to lead which is often viewed through traits, characteristics and actions that are associated with greatness in leadership.
Each model of leadership values a different combination of these traits and behaviours above others; a transformational leader creates synergy and is a strong communicator, while an autocratic leader is confident and often excels at problem-solving. For moral leadership, the model is unlike any other leadership style.
A moral leader has no desire to be followed, they wish instead to use their ability to serve others. It’s the responsibility of a moral leader to help others improve and lead by example. In the modern world, moral leadership can be used to build

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