The Role of a Lived Calling in Driving the Leadership Accomplishment of a Virtuous Purpose
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This thesis explored the role of a lived calling in driving leadership behaviour, more specifically, the leadership accomplishment of a virtuous purpose. Describing both the form that this accomplishment takes and the process of social influence by which leaders accomplish a virtuous purpose through a lived calling, the research also identified the links, enablers and inhibitors to a lived calling as a driver of leadership accomplishment of a virtuous purpose.
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