Journal of Values-Based Leadership
Art abounds any task that lies ahead of the doer carried out by vision. Thus, the “artist has gradually become a form of identity which … often carries with it as many drawbacks as benefits” (Bayles & Orland, 1993, p. 7).
The concept of leadership for social justice as a form of art warrants more thought and critical inquiry. Leadership can be considered a form of art. Leadership can be both process and product oriented – both process and product lend themselves to becoming material goods by which the art of justice takes form. Leadership style is an art form crafted in the vision of passionate people.
Baker, Aaliyah, "When Leadership Meets a Vision of Love and Justice: The Art of Leading for Social Justice" (2023). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 289.