Course curriculum

    1. Course Overview

    1. Why Our World Needs Leaders With Virtue

    2. How did Alex Havard come to Virtuous Leadership

    3. How to Identify A Leader

    4. What Is Virtuous Leadership All About?

    5. Virtue Ethics vs. Rules-Based Ethics

    1. Prudence

    2. Courage, Self-mastery, Justice

    3. On Righteous Wrath

    4. Joan of Arc as a Virtuous Leader

    5. Q&A on Leadership

    6. Virtuous Leadership in a Christian Context

    7. Virtue Ethics and Rule-Based Ethics

    1. Why do leaders need virtues?

    2. What is the essence (specificity) of leadership? Why?

    3. Why is leadership a life ideal?

    4. What are the foundations of leadership? Why?

    5. What is “fundamental humility”? What is its function?

    6. “Leaders are trained, not born”. Why?

    7. What is the difference between Potestas and Auctoritas? What is the meaning of each of these notions in leadership?

    8. What is the role of the intellect, the will and the heart in the life of a leader?

    9. Maturity in judgments, emotions, and behavior. What does this mean in practice?

    10. Leaders reject a utilitarian approach to virtue. What does this mean?

    11. What is the difference between virtue ethics and rules-based ethics? Why the former is more relevant?

    12. What is the relation between the human virtues and the specifically Christian virtues of faith, hope and charity? What does the practice of the Christian virtues add to leadership?

    1. Read "Virtuous Leadership"

About this course:

  • 3 hours of video content