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In your readings over the past couple of weeks, there was much discussion of character, what it is, how it is developed, and how it is tested in real world situations.

This assignment is designed to explore the nature of character and moral commitments. Write an essay that addresses the following questions:

According to Wright’s understanding of character and virtue, what is character and how is it transformed? How does Wright differentiate a Biblical from a Greek moral framework? Evaluate Wright’s position and note where you agree and/or disagree with him. Defend your positions. How does character relate to the Kouzes and Posner leadership model and Maxwell’s reflections in chapter 3?

In the second part of your essay, you will reflect on Badaracco’s question, “How flexible is my moral code?” How does Badaracco define moral flexibility through his observations of the character, Okonkwo? Is there tension between Badaracco’s moral flexibility and the integrity of values expressed by Kouzes/Posner and Maxwell in “ model the way?” Should there be flexibility in one’s moral code? Biblically defend your response to this question.

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Running Head: CHARACTER

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Character
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Transformation of Character
Human character is conveyed through consistent virtue that is engrained in a person
and demonstrates persistence in the face of examination. According to Wright (2010), human
character as a process thinking and performing, which runs right through a specific individual? A
person’s true nature may become apparent or his character may be jeopardized if he or she fails
to maintain consistency of virtue in the presence of great pressure. A person may be outwardly
humble, yet in the face of demotion or false accusation, he may harbor offense and pride. He
believes that, for an individual to express a genuine character, they should undergo character
transformation. This kind of transformation leads to the solidification of a person’s values in
their way of thinking as well as their way of behaving. This process of transformation is
achieved through three steps according to Wright. These steps include purposing at the right
goal, finding out the steps one needs to apply to sustain that goal, and finally analyzing a habit of
those steps. The main crucial thing is ensuring daily discipline through developing lifestyle
habits that steer to the transformation of character (Wright, 2010).

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