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Ethical Leadership

Ethical Leadership Name Kaplan University SUBJECT SUBJECT CODE PROFESSOR Date Introduction The topic Ethical Leadership is more complex than meets the eye. It means leadership that knows what is right and acting based on those guidelines. The question that should be asked then is “what is right?” Once the ethical course of action is determined the leader must then have the integrity and fortitude to proceed with that course of action. In addition to decision making ethical leadership...

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Ethical Leadership

Ethical Leadership Using effective ethical leadership is vital in every career field, but it is especially significant when working in human services. I have been a volunteer for over five years, working with women who are attempting to make positive changes and get their lives back on track. Most of these women have just been released from some type of incarceration. Most have lost their families, their homes, their jobs, and their self-worth. Most of these women suffer from alcoholism and addiction...

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Ethical Leadership

Ethical Leadership Influence plays a major part in leadership (Yukl, 2010). Powerful leaders can have a huge impact on the lives of followers and the organization (Yukl, 2010). Leaders will use power, but the primary issue is whether the leaders will use the power wisely (Yukl, 2010). At the expense the organization and the public, powerful leaders can move up in their careers and economic gain (Yukl, 2010). A leader can make unethical practices look legitimate and even influence the members...

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Ethical Leadership

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP This paper is an exploratory study on Ethical Leadership in the present Business environment which starts with the introduction to leadership and ethical leadership concept and explains about the components of ethical leadership which consists of purpose, knowledge, authority and trust. Also outlined about the modes of ethical leadership which comprises of inspiration, facilitation, persuasion, manipulation and coercion and followed by the best of the best Ethical Leaders...

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Bob's Meltdown

 1) Jay Nguyen’s Ethical Dilemma and the reasons for this occurrence: The dilemma present in the case study is a managerial dilemma at Concord machines. Jay Nguyen, the President and CEO, has to choose either Robert Dunn, senior Vice President, General Manager of Services or Annette, Innella Vice President of Knowledge Management will be continuing to be employed in the organization. Jay knows, Robert is the best manager he has ever had. Moreover, he works hard and understands the business better...

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Leadership Styles and Employee Ethical/Unethical Behavior

punishments to direct followers’ behaviour. Transactional leaders are inconsistent with moral leadership because transactional approaches ignore followers’ needs and aspirations and that transactional leaders focus on the status quo rather than on an inspiring vision of the future and may be motivated by their own achievement and power rather than followers’ needs. Multidimensional transformational leadership construct with the following dimensions which consist on individualized consideration, intellectual...

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Business Leadership, Ethical Values and Corporate Social Responsibility

In recent times, there has been huge concern on the issue of ethical leadership in the corporate world. Researchers have increasingly shifted their attention towards identifying what could be driving costly unethical behaviour in organizations. Organizations leadership stresses short-term result while disregarding the long-term implications of their actions. The result has been scandals and accounting frauds. Companies such as Enron, WorldCom (Knights and O’Leary, 2005), and Nortel executives (manipulating...

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Academic Opinion on Leadership: Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship

Academic opinion on Leadership: Trustworthiness and ethical stewardship Maria Gabriela Felton Northcentral University The problem to be investigated is whether a leader’s personal principles and ethics are valued by their constituents as being trustworthy in managing something they were entrusted to execute and accomplish in the business world. The business environment is becoming more competitive since the inception of the internet; it has opened many opportunities to expand globally. More...

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Leadership

et al. "Leadership in Western and Asian countries: Commonalities and differences in effective leadership processes across cultures” The Leadership Quarterly Vol. 8, 3, (1997): 233–274. Sciencedirect. Web 7 Apr. 2013 This article focuses on cultural universality and cultural specificity of leadership adapted by Western and Asian countries - pointing out differences observed in each behavior base on Empirical hypothesis. House, Robert et al. "Understanding cultures and implicit leadership theories...

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Personal Leadership

HHS Personal Leadership Plan Abstract This paper will be exploring an area of the human services in which I currently work in; the surgery area is one of a special matter completely different from the rest of the hospital areas. I will be proposing a plan in which the following will be included: a moral vision, certain guiding principles, and plans for the future and what I hope to achieve as a leader in the surgical area. I will also discuss the issues of ethics and how an ethical leader is important...

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