Ethical leadership a priority need for Solomon Islands: SICA
Mrs Fangalasu says forum participants spoke about complexities of the issue.
But she says the common concerns raised include disregard for ethical principles, loss of personal integrity, poor stewardship and inconsistent public performance by leaders.
Mr Fangalasu says the forum noted that Solomon Islands leaders are gifted teachers, relational experts and team players and many of them possess particular discipline knowledge. However these areas are compromised by weak character, inappropriate leadership style and poor leadership visions.
Meanwhile, she says one one the recommendations was to offer appropriate training in ethics to leaders, emerging leaders and student leaders.
Mrs Fangalasu says SICA is facilitating the post forum strategy to ensure the process and recommendations are implemented.