EthicEA’s vision is the leading ethics & integrity social and economic reference organization in the East African region. Its certificate and logo is the mark and brand of ethics & integrity for business; a sign of trust and confidence.
What We Do
We raise public awareness on Ethics, Integrity and Virtuous Leadership issues, conduct and share ethics research findings by analyzing gaps, strengths and opportunities on both current and emerging issues and then produce new ideas and solutions that are vital for public interest and trust.
EthicEA conducts training to organizations on ethics & integrity in both public and private sector with particular emphasis on corruption prevention. We engineer the development, management and how to maintain instruments that support Ethics, Integrity and Virtuous Leadership.
EthicEA works in partnership with various professional leadership organizations across the world; like the Harvard Virtuous Leadership Institute.
Havard Virtuous Leadership Institute (HVLI) is the most outstanding leadership institute that institutionalizes virtuous leadership across the world.
The Institute's founder; Prof. Alexandre Havard established a 12 - point model that characterizes leadership as follows;
1) That authentic leadership must be based on an authentic anthropology, one that includes aretology, the science of virtues.
2) That leadership is about achieving greatness by bringing out the greatness in others. Magnanimity (greatness) and fraternal humility (service), which are principally virtues of the heart, constitute the essence of leadership.
3) That leadership is a life ideal, because the specific virtues it draws on-magnanimity and fraternal humility-are themselves life ideals.
4) That the virtues of prudence (practical wisdom), courage, self-control and justice, which are mainly virtues of the mind and the will, constitute the foundations of leadership.
5) That humility in its proper sense is the habit of living in the truth.
6) Leaders are trained, not born.
7) The leader does not lead by means of potestas or the power inherent in his office or functions.He leads by means of auctoritas, which proceeds from character.
8) To grow in virtue, the heart, the will and the mind come into play.
9) By practicing the virtues, leaders become mature in their judgments, emotions, and behavior.
10) Leaders reject a utilitarian approach to virtue.
11) Leaders practice virtue ethics, rather than rules-based ethics.
12) The practice of the specifically Christian virtues of faith, hope and charity has a powerful impact on leadership.
Virtuous Leadership brings success to any organization, from family units to large international corporations, because it fosters the creation of a culture based on authentic human values. To learn more, Please View Website.
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