What We Do

Education and Training of the
Ethical Leadership Model

As a new century dawns, nations are faced with a myriad of problems vying for public space on a rapidly changing playing field.

These concerns are mirrored in religion, business, information technology, science, health, education, politics and other venues of public life.

Attendant to the challenge posed by the great divide between ideology and values is another crisis, just as formidable and uncompromising—the question of leadership.

Leaders of the new century must not only be aware of the environmental realities that shape public life and practices, sophisticated public awareness must be wedded to critical analysis of complex, multiple social circumstances that impede human development and moral flourishing.

We believe ethical leaders’ come into being through the development of character, civility and a sense of community.

Listen to Tavis Smiley’s interview with Dr. Walter Earl Fluker on the subject of ethical leadership.