Ideas about Leadership have mushroomed in recent years and probably each one of these ideas talks about a leadership skill, principle or value that is relevant for our times. The problem is that we live in very turbulent times, where change and increasing chaos is the norm. This means that we can no longer look at leadership as a “checklist” of skills individuals must possess to be successful. Today’s leaders must be more like philosopher-artists, capable of absorbing and understanding their environment, re- envisioning it in a creative, meaningful way and arising to give expression to this reality while inspiring others to do the same. This is challenging; especially in the face of a growing pessimism about the state of our societies and loss of popular confidence in leaders to turn the ship around. But here is precisely where Moral Leadership (ML) comes in. ML does not focus on all the skills individuals lack and must acquire in order to succeed; instead it originates and encourages every individual’s innate capacity to chose and act in accordance with ancient, universal and life-confirming principles. This is what makes it so powerful!