Studying Social Transformation: Another look at The Battle of Jericho

A ragtag group of refugees from Egypt arrived at the gates at the edge of the Promised Land of Canaan. They marveled at the city before them, the colorful and bustling marketplace, soldiers patrolling the perimeter and what they could only imagine was truly a land of...

5 Leadership Lessons from President Washington

“It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself, and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country, and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world, and stamp...

2018 Olympic Mascots Pay Homage to Korea’s Shared History

The official mascot of the Olympics held in Korea is a tiger and the mascot of the Paralympic Games is a brown bear. The two animals are closely tied to the culture and heritage of Korea. Anyone familiar with Korean history would be reminded of the tiger and the bear...

Korea’s Olympic Moment: Can It Lead to Peace?

The participation of North Korean athletes in the Olympics, and the start of high-level talks between representatives of North and South, have raised hopes among many for a peaceful path forward. But we should not let the natural wish for peace blind us to the realities of what it will take to achieve it.

Moral and Innovative Leadership

The deciding factor in times of challenges, is always moral and innovative leadership, on every level.

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A cutting-edged approach to Korean Unification rooted in the shared spiritual heritage of the Korean people
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Vision in Action

Advancing approaches to peacebuilding and development based on universal principles and shared values.

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International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

October 17 marks the United Nation's International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The world demands moral and innovative leaders with a capacity for economic principles that benefit the greater society. In his 2017 keynote address at the Global Peace Economic...

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The Secrets of Humility: Why it makes leaders better

“It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom.” —Mahatma Gandhi New research in the workplace is revealing the key role humility plays in developing leaders with the skills, knowledge and grit to tackle today’s challenges with innovative solutions. As it turns out,...

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“The deciding factor at such times is always moral and innovative leadership, on every level.”

Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon has promoted “moral and innovative leadership” as the key to tackling the unique and complex problems of our time.

“Today’s young people are growing up during a time of globalization. Their minds are not divided by nation or by culture. Their energy and idealism that can open up new opportunities.” Youth

“In today’s world, there are so many changes taking place simultaneously that only those societies that can develop a vision of the future are going to be able to handle them.” ~ Henry Kissinger National Transformation

“Moral leadership provides the roadmap for nation-building by outlining a vision rooted in universal principles and shared values, while innovative leadership provides the methods to realize that vision.” Moral and Innovative Leadership

Global Leadership Network

We are One Family under God. This is the real idea that is going to push us to change the world. We can create a new world with sustainable peace and change the world in favor of humanity. Vinicio Cerezo

Former President , Guatemala

To be a successful human being, it is not enough to be a professional success; you have to share and care. To share and care for your family is natural, but you have to share and care beyond your family. Dr. Manu Chandaria OBE

Chairman and CEO, Comcraft Group

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