Concordia University - Portland Final Reflection Paper The Virtue Theory developed by Plato and Aristotle encompasses characteristics of most of the other ethical theories (Hinman, 2002). This theory most aligns with my own ethical characteristics which includes being honest, fair, compassionate, courageous, patient, and generous. These personal characteristics help to shape my ethical body, mind, and soul which supports how I can influence those around me and lead. I have an ethical obligation to the leaders in my organization and my community to help them achieve knowledge that will lead to successful outcomes. This requires acting on my ethical character to build relationships and implementing proper learning inquiry to draw out knowledge from the leaders in a servant leadership role.
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