The article discusses the concept of good leadership. According to classical philosophy, good leadership requires voluntary followership towards good goals. It is argued that leaders in any case are rarely able to independently practice good leadership because of all the barriers and restrictions, such as environmental, organizational and personal obstacles. People are fallible; so are leaders. Also, many people and leaders themselves have too high expectations of what leadership can achieve. The answer to the question of what constitutes good leadership is that leadership should be “good enough”, without leaders lowering the requirements of how they treat other people or without taking ethical shortcuts.
"What Do We Really Mean By Good Leadership?,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 13
, Article 3.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.22543/0733.131.1300
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol13/iss1/3