In Ethical Leadership: Character, Civility, and Community, Professor Walter Earl Fluker delves into theoretical and practical elements of ethical leadership with emphasis on leaders’ personal narratives within social historical contexts. Three specific areas of ethical leadership will be emphasized: morally-anchored character, transformative acts of civility, and a sense of community.
Ethical Leadership: Character, Civility, and Community
Walter Earl Fluker
Walter Earl Fluker, is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership at Boston University. He is the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership (MLK-IDEAL).
Professor Fluker will be assisted by Robin Masi, course teaching fellow, MFA, Ed.M., a doctoral student at the Boston University School of Education and the Dean’s Fellow with the Center for Character and Social Responsibility (CCSR). Her research is the intersection of ethics and the visual artist. She is a practicing artist and Professor of Art with the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division.