Category: Reading Tips

Created for greatness

The mission of the Havard Virtuous Leadership Institute (http://hvli.org), founded by the author of this book, is “to spark hearts for greatness, to propel a new generation of virtuous leaders empowered to transform Life – business, family and culture – and to disseminate a vision of leadership consistent with the highest requirements and the noblest […]

Ethics of Disasters: considerations on the field and reading suggestions

In terms of continental dimensions, environmental and climatic disasters are a chronic and recurrent problem in Brazil (Valencio, 2014), representing a significant challenge for governments and communities (Pedroso & Holm-Nielsen, 2017). As recent events of great magnitude of this nature occurred in early 2019, we can mention Vale tragedy in Brumadinho (MG), caused by a […]

Reading tip: “CORRUPTION: TESTS AND CRITICS”

Following with the reflections about the phenomenona of corruption and its different approaches, at this time, I made a reading suggestion of an instigating book about political science, written by several Brazilian authors and organized by Leonardo Avritzer. According to the authors, one of the objectives of the book is to provide the reader with […]

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