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The Role of Justice in the Making of a States...

The Role of Justice in the Making of a Statesman

The Role of Justice in the Making of a Statesman Early in our exploration of statesmanship, I proposed four leaders I consider to have been Statesmen during the past two and a half centuries: William Wilberforce, Abraham Lincoln, George Catlett Marshall, Nelson Mandela. Recently, we reflected on the importance of justice to the Statesman. As […]

The Rewards Motivating the Statesman

The Rewards Motivating the Statesman

The Rewards Motivating Statesman   Personal Satisfaction The first reward of the Statesman is personal satisfaction. A survey was done of over 2,000,000 individuals in many different professions seeking to understand how people find meaning in their work. The result was that those who found the most meaning in their work were those whose lives […]

The statesman creates statesmanlike behaviour...

The statesman creates statesmanlike behaviour in those around him/her, including inducing members of the opposition, to participate in the vision

The Statesman Creates Statesmanlike Behaviors in Those around Them, Including Inducing Members of the Opposition to Participate in the Vision     The Statesman faces a dilemma while operating within democratic governance. The Statesman cannot single-handedly enact legislation to support his/her vision without the help of those who are largely Politicians. Hence, one of the […]