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    To start, these leaders will engage in the hallmark of moral leadership

    First, these leaders will participate in the brand of moral leadership. Fused in this world, the company’s business can not be just business. The moral authority is not preachy or being an activist (although this could be one aspect of it for some). If this seems very different business as usual, it is. More Reviews Fortune. To fight against pandemic tomorrows, we must think as the cost of prescription drugs military today is spiral, but the price control of the wrong solution Fed may have fundamentally changed the nature of the risk in the stock market Why the United States needs a new structureone business rescue plan that doesnt rely on loans Listen leadership Then a Fortune podcast review the evolving role of Chief WATCH direction. The pandemic Covid 19 is the first big test of the embrace of capitalism stakeholders in the business communityand that their actions will live up to their proclamations of leaders. But let the rule of stakeholders call by name. This crisis has made clear that very few people can quickly and profoundly affect many, far away. The pandemic also accelerates melting of the spheres of society, the economy and our personal lives that have been considered separate and maintained, even if unintentionally so. JUST Capital is track responses coronavirus of the 100 largest companies Americas. Leaders who spend big test will use the pandemic, not only for humanitarian aid admirable, but to enhance or transform their organizations as fully human endeavors. Dov Seidman is the author of How and founder and president of both LRN and HOW Institute for society. emerging What began as a significant break will become a pivot, with one foot grounded in ones beliefs, convictions and values, and the other pointing in a new direction that fits our redesigned world. Even the most enlightened version of shareholder primacy, allowing citizenship corporate responsibility and long-term approaches to value creation, still sees good behavior only as a means toward ends of shareholders. moral leadership. Given the central role of business and permeating plays in all areas, the need for moral leadership is particularly important here. One type of leadership can successfully meet a moral crisis. They put profits before people, even if it may mean being called to quickly and publicly. and continue to build the moral muscle struggling with questions of right and wrong, fairness and justice, serving others and what does not. In the past, I’ve written in Fortune on the four pillars of moral leadership, and they apply even more urgent our current crisis. In the moral capitalism, you can not create shared value without shared values. moral capitalism, more faithful to the original vision of capitalism exposed by the moral philosopher Adam Smith when he wrote The Wealth of Nations in 1776. The combination of moral imagination with what companies do to bestinnovating scalemeans the eventual result this terrible crisis could be a real human progress and prosperity. More simply, moral leadership means putting people at the center of important decisions, see them in their full humanity with their own aspirations and concerns. Given the tragic nature of today’s crisis and its consequences, the moral leadership also encompass a serious duty to respond and an unprecedented opportunity to transform. the company’s business is the company