Trustworthy Leadership: Can We Be the Leaders We Need Our Students to Become?

Walsh DC. Trustworthy Leadership: Can We Be the Leaders We Need Our Students to Become? Kalamazoo, Michigan: The Fetzer Institute; Spring 2006.
 
This essay was originally delivered by Diana Chapman Walsh, former president of Wellesley College, at the "Leadership in Spirit Conference: How Colleges Prepare Students to Lead with Moral Purpose and Commitment" conference sponsored by the Institute on College Student Values held at Florida State University on February 5, 2005.
 
In this essay, Walsh argues that we need "our graduates to become active participants in the world, potent advocates for human rights, confident leaders willing to take risks in pursuit of intellectual honesty, of freedom to disagree, of justice and fairness, global citizenship and mutual responsibility."
 

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