What constitutes leadership? When one is designated a "leader," what are the particular obligations of leadership? How are these responsibilities expressed in ethical terms? Does ethical leadership imply social responsibility? Is leadership different age to age?
In Chautauqua Institution's annual Applied Ethics exploration, speakers examine leadership from the points of view of business and politics, education and sports, from those who make headlines and from those who lead by following.
Cheryl Dorsey is president of Echoing Green, a pioneer in the social entrepreneurship movement. This global social venture fund has awarded over $33 million in start-up capital to nearly 600 next generation social entrepreneurs worldwide since 1987. Dorsey received an Echoing Green Fellowship in 1992 to help launch The Family Van, a community-based mobile health unit in Boston.