Generally, leaders do have a moral obligation to the society that they provide leadership to. In most instances, a leader is viewed as the most respectable individual in the particular community. To earn and maintain such respectable standards, leaders should be role models to the other members by providing a morally upright leadership that shows the best ways people should live. A moral leader develops a high level of trust between the society and the leadership. This trust allows the members to feel more comfortable and open to the leadership of such individuals. More so, the younger generations aspiring to attain leadership position ought to have a solid role model from whom they can emulate to lead the society in a morally upright manner. When the leaders are of high moral, the society gets more connected to them and younger people grow upholding important virtues in their lives. It is important to consider that the context of leaders sans from global, regional, and local political leaders to small community leaders such as church and family heads. Ethical leadership is important in creating an awareness among the various members of the society regardless of the size of its membership. Additionally, it is important that leaders portray impartial justice to their communities. Thus, it is important that leaders are morally upright and upholds the believes and virtues of the society they lead. In conclusion, morality plays a crucial part in development of impacting leadership all over the world. Morally upright leaders are able to mobilize their communities to participate in the leadership process, hence increasing the effectiveness of their leadership.