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Title: Leadership for Social Justice as an Antidote to Social Pathogenesis
Authors: Papaloi, E.
Keywords: leadership for social justice
organizational culture
democratic practices
awareness
social inclusion
лідерство соціальної справедливості
організаційна культура
демократична практика
усвідомлення
соціальна інтеграція
лидерство социальной справедливости
организационная культура
демократическая практика
осознание
социальная интеграция
Issue Year: 2017
Publisher: Sumy State University
Citation: Papaloi, E. Leadership for Social Justice as an Antidote to Social Pathogenesis [Текст] / E. Papaloi // Business Ethics and Leadership. - 2017. - Vol. 1, Issue 3. - P. 10-19.
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to offer a discussion framework and arguments about how educational leaders can administer dynamic and sustainable educational organizations under the new circumstances of modern societies emphasizing on managing students’ social exclusion (at micro and macro-level), giving all actors involved the tools and skills to think universally and critically and, thus, structuring the individuality of the modern citizen. It is important to note that, nowadays, organizations have to play a larger and more positive role in society by putting the emphasis both on the socio-emotional and cognitive development of its members and the significance of their mission. Furthermore, it is obvious that, organizations continually redesign their interfaces as they decide which activities they will undertake and which activities will be purchased or conducted out. Thus, the overall goal of this paper is to depict a new type of school leader who will not only have an active role in the daily operation and management of his educational community but, will have a transformative role in shaping organizational culture and ethics as well as organization’s reputation and character with a view to contributing to social prosperity by fostering citizenship and social inclusion.
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/61534
Type: Article
Appears in Collections:Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL)

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