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A thought to be presented as a suggestion, a thought about or mental picture of something such as a future or possible event, a realization of a possible way of doing something or of something to be done.;
A focus on sustaining and renewing the development of individuals and the organization (with a time horizon from months to decades) that requires a need for experimentation and innovation with results that are difficult to quantify. Usually it entails long-term, complex outcomes.;
The key feature of leadership, performed through communicating, decision making, and motivating.;
The extent to which a leader was likely to define and structure his or her role and the roles of group memeters in the search for goal attainment.;
1. The act or process of turning an idea into a practical and actionable invention.
2. A new tool, method, system, structure or technology.;
A moral virtue that encompasses the sum total of a person's set of values and moral code. A breach of any of these values will damage the integrity of the individual. Integrity, comes from the same Latin root (integritas) as the word "integer," refers to a notion of completeness, wholeness, and uniqueness. Integrity also entails the consistent adherence of action to one's personal moral beliefs.;