Imagination is a leadership skill often overlooked in our teachings. Enlow and Popa discuss how imagination is critical to leadership and provide a teaching module designed to develop of moral imagination in leadership students. It outlines the use of popular film – in this case, the classic Woody Allen (1989) film, Crimes and Misdemeanors – to help students identify ethical events, assess various viewpoints concerning these events, and then practice reframing the events using moral imagination.

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