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Business Ethics and Ethical Leadership - 1. Seminar 4 required us to debate on the following title “This Business School believes that ethical leadership is impossible in a shareholder focused economy” through the view of four characters. Mike, a non-consequentialist deontologist in the 5th stage of Kohlberg’s (SoCMD) (Figure 1.) argued that ethical behaviour of corporations should be set in a top-bottom structure and that ethical leadership should be reflected in this manner through respecting the governance code and corporate ethics....   [tags: business ethics, ethical leadership, ethics]
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Profilling Ethical Leadership - Leaders are considered as people who “generally implement ethical programs in order to influence an organizations climate” (Yukl, 2010). To any organizations, leadership plays an important role to empower another people to follow them. Therefore, ethical leadership can be defined as the process of impacting people through rules, principles, beliefs and values. I recognized that every leaders tend to have a highly ethical in their business practices. Ethical leadership will help leaders to lead their employees as legitimate....   [tags: Implement Ethical Programs, Oganizations]
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Ethical Leadership and Diversity - Schein in his book “Organizational Culture and Leadership” explains how different believes and behaviors start to be logical when we understand their cultures by stating “When we learn to see the world through cultural lenses, all kinds of things begin to make sense that initially were mysterious, frustrating, or seemingly stupid” (2010, p. 13). This kind of foresight should be the starting point in order to manage the tremendously growing diversity in the workforce nowadays. Leaders and administrators of both public and private organizations through their influence are responsible to promote and manage diversity in an ethical manner....   [tags: culture, behaviors]
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Assignment Number 2: Leadership, Trustworthiness, and Ethical Stewardship - The problem to be investigated is empirical data that suggested when a leader’s action is observed to be ethical; leaders are inclined to be more ethical. In essence, positive-reinforcement of any type of behavior will drive the continuation of that behavior whether it is good or bad, especially when it comes to leadership. Caldwell and Clapham (2003) wrote that trustworthiness is the keystone in the development of trust. My hypothesis is that the empirical data is correct and that leadership’s behavior (good or bad) can affect an organization especially when the behavior is positively reinforced....   [tags: Leadership ]
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How Ethical Leadership is Associated with Employee Output and Organizational Culture - For an effective and long term success for managers in leadership position, managers have to set an example with high moral standards and conduct that is shown in their daily activities. This kind of leadership qualities must be exerted in their everyday talk, actions, and conduct in the work environment. Today, there’s more demand to be more progressive and efficient in the work place with no room for error (Veiga, Golden, & Dechant, 2004). Also, there has been an increase in consciousness about an individual’s rights, bring in the concern about an employees’ treatment within a jobsite....   [tags: leadership, employee output, managers ethics]
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Ethical and Moral Leadership Environments - Introduction Defining moral leadership is quite simple and varied dependent upon the situation or context requiring leadership. Carrying out moral and ethical leadership is much more complex when carried out in the day to day operations in life. This is particularly poignant when righting a wrong, or redeeming a situation to help in a process of improvement. Dineen, Lewicki and Tomlinson (2006 p. 430 in Yukl) state a case that it is up to the leadership to lead by example regarding both ethical and moral behaviour....   [tags: Ethics]
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Contemporary Ethical Challenges and Leadership - A00014183 PHI 300 CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL CHALLENGES AND LEADERSHIP Ethics is a discipline of philosophy that outlines the right and the wrong moral conduct. It is a study of the moral behaviour of individuals and sets out a code of conduct as to how humans should act in a given situation. Contemporary ethics links the basic ideology of ethics with various other disciples of philosophy. Global dynamics have changed over the years. The way people think and behave, their sense of right and wrong, their views on the good and the bad, all of this has changed over time....   [tags: ethics, ideology, decisions, leaders, values]
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Ethical Leadership versus a Written Ethics Code - Ethics, which is less commonly known to us as moral philosophy, is an affiliation of philosophy that talks about issues of morality, concepts such as crime and justice, good and evil go hand in hand with morality. Ethics plays a major part in society and it is the way people behave in certain situations, over the years it has come under the spotlight through numerous situations. In this essay I will discuss whether a written code of ethics combined with ethics training is more effective than strong ethical leadership and vice versa....   [tags: Ethics, Business]
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Leadership, Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship - The problem to be investigated is the relationship between leadership, trustworthiness, and ethical stewardship; how these virtuous qualities can impact leaders, individuals, and companies. This paper will attempt to provide an academic opinion related to the problem investigated. The evidence of correlation between these qualities will be generated from my own personal experience and perspective as well as the viewpoints of multiple business experts. Leadership To guide, direct and manage people with an inspired purpose and vision is a workable definition of business leadership....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Leadership, Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship - The problem to be investigated is the relationship between leadership, trustworthiness, and ethical stewardship; how these virtuous qualities can impact leaders, individuals, and companies. This paper will attempt to provide an academic opinion related to the problem investigated. The evidence of correlation between these qualities will be generated from my own personal experience and perspective as well as the viewpoints of multiple business experts. Leadership To guide, direct and manage people with an inspired purpose and vision is a workable definition of business leadership....   [tags: Values&Ethics, Relaionships, Impact in Society]
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Leadership: Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship - Leadership: Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship Problem Statement The problem to be investigated is the leadership challenge to ensure organizations are efficient, effective and financially solvent, but more importantly, leaders earn the trust and respect of their employees and other stakeholders. Introduction Leaders must possess and demonstrate trustworthy and ethical behaviors in order to perform effectively in a more socially responsible and global business environment (Jennings, 2012)....   [tags: Business Ethics]
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Leadership, Trustworthiness and Ethical Stewardship - Given the increase in organizational downsizings, layoffs, asset write-offs and executive bailouts, how important is the trust factor in defining a good leader. Without an established trust relationship a leader is unable to be effective. The problem to be investigated is the value of trustworthiness and ethical stewardship in the construct of the organizational leadership model. This paper shall explore the co-functions of trust and ethical stewardship and its impact on leadership effectiveness....   [tags: Management]
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Herb Brooks and The 1980 U.S. Men’s Hockey Team - Introduction Sometimes you just have to watch the movie. Some people were not even alive, some forget, some just do not know the story of the Olympic hockey glory experienced by everyone in the U.S. in 1980. You did not have to be a fan of hockey on that faithful day when the U.S.S.R. and the United States played that extraordinary game. One man’s vision and leadership brought one nation to its feet. Herb Brooks was the head coach of the 1980 U.S. men’s hockey team. In this brief report I will discuss the man, his visionary and ethical leadership, and his success....   [tags: play for a nation, ethical leadership]
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Leadership, Trustworthiness, and Ethical Stewardship and Their Correlation - The problem to be investigated is what are the ethical concepts of leadership, trustworthiness, and ethical stewardship and how are they correlated. Many interpretations of the terms leadership, trustworthiness, and ethical stewardship have been developed by scholars and researchers. However, the meaning of these topics as they relate to business organizations and business ethics need to be explored and more importantly, a discussion is necessary of how these topics interact or correlate with one another....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Having Integrity in Business and Leadership - Donald Menzel states that building an organization with integrity requires leading with integrity. One should be able to perform a duty without fear and without favors. Integrity, as Menzel explains, is defined by sound moral character, being respectful, and wholesome. Menzel describes not only what guides integrity, but how to build an organization with integrity over the course of chapter 3 and 4. Menzel begins by defining integrity, how to show integrity, and what integrity looks like among employees, organizations, and professionals....   [tags: Ethical Principles, Sexual Misconduct]
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Ethical Behavior in Public Management - Ethical behavior in leaders in Public Administration has a significant impact on their employees and the environment of their work place. Ethics is not looked at in the same light in other parts of the world. What some cultures view as normal behavior, our culture may view as unethical or corruption. (Branscome, 2008, p. 1). Some behaviors in other cultures have been instilled as a normal way of doing business. In our culture, employees feel their leaders should be beyond reproach in order for them to lead effectively....   [tags: Leadership, Credibility, Respect, Fairness]
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Leadership - “Real leaders concentrate on doing the right thing, not on doing things right.” According to Lashway (1996) this advice is nothing new to school leaders who face ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. Although administrators face these dilemmas on a daily basis, very few of them are trained or pedagogically equipped to deal with these conflicts. To prove the amplitude of this problem Reilly (2006) states that ethical breeches exist and “illegal behaviors happen even in the school yard in the presence of children, the can also serve to distract us from the larger matters to which we must attend” (p....   [tags: School Leaders, Ethical Behaviors, Administration] 787 words
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Point and Counterpoint: Business Leadership - Introduction The purpose of this paper is to point and counterpoint a global business leader who has the leadership characteristics essential to be an excellent global and multicultural leader and to identify one leader whose leadership characteristics is not conducive for a global and multicultural organization. The researcher will explain why each of the leaders was selected as well as identify and describe the characteristics possessed by each individual. In addition the researcher will discuss what leadership characteristics the selected leaders’ posses that match an ideal leader....   [tags: Leadership]
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Principled Leadership in America - Introduction Leadership which is success oriented and mindful of the people’s welfare should be the one that provides direction and steering change which is beneficial to every person. This implies a leadership with the capacity to make development processes and programs a routine whilst at the same time being reliable and systems. Furthermore, leadership incorporates management practices such as the organization of people and providing alternative solutions to various problems affecting the system....   [tags: Leadership]
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Challenges and Opportunities Being Faced in Leadership - Challenges and Opportunities Being Faced A form of guidance in necessary to illustrate the direction that an organization, community, or society desires to move toward, therefore the approach of leadership becomes very important. In order to strive, define and achieve goals leadership inspires a sense of purpose and passion to the effort that the association undertakes (Russell Consulting, Inc., 2011). If a solid foundation of leadership is not applied the objectives, goals, customer service, quality, and, productivity will be lost and result in inadequacy for the corporation....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Corporate Ethical Management System - I. Code of Ethics (COE) A code of ethics is a personal or organizational set of codified standards of conduct guiding the organizational or businesses philosophy. As an example, the California Law Enforcement Code of Ethics serves as the ethical guide allowing officers to traverse two worlds, namely, the officers work place world subscribing to its own set ethical of precepts, and the officer’s intimate, personal world, meaning life at home. When personal core beliefs occasionally come into conflict with work ethics, it is important to solve the dilemma in a way that maintains organizational ethical standards of the profession without sacrificing individual core principles....   [tags: Leadership, Business, Ethics]
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Servant Leadership - Servant Leadership Human Resource Management, Spring 2010 Introduction In the first major paper on stakeholder theory, Edward Freeman and David Reed state that a stakeholder is "Any identifiable group or individual on which the organization is dependent for its continued survival." (Freeman and Reed 89) Given that these groups' input are all vital part of an organization's success, creating solutions that benefit all stakeholders is important for long term success. Solutions that conflict with the interest of one of the stakeholders, could result in that stakeholder withdrawing the support that the organization needs to survive....   [tags: Leadership] 839 words
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Ethical Filter - Ethical Filter Worksheet Value Personal Source with Examples Justify the Value's Position in the List. Include any challenges to employing these values consistently when making personal and organizational decisions. Lead by example The training and experience in the military has indoctrinated me ( I'm unashamed to say) to believe and support the awesome responsibility that leaders provide in their organization. Poor leaders almost always fail themselves, their organization and their subordinates....   [tags: Leadership] 1121 words
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Leadership of Gov. Chris Christie - There are many skills that a leader must possess. Some of these are the ability to communicate effectively, to have the valor to remain ethical and maintain integrity, and the ability to lead with the mind and heart. This paper focuses on Gov. Chris Christie, the ethical issues he is currently facing, his leadership style, and why it is that he remains popular, even in the face of the current scandals. Effective Communication According to Richard Daft, “leadership means communicating with others in such a way that they are motivated to perform actions that further common goals and lead toward desired outcomes” (Daft, 2012, p....   [tags: Leadership Essays]
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Courage and Moral Leadership - Courage and Moral Leadership According to Daft (2011), courage is the ability to do the right thing in spite of fear and/or retaliation. While moral leadership is the ability to demonstrate morality and equity, provide ethical guidance and transparency, and accept responsibility for leadership actions. This paper focuses on the courageous and moral leadership of Governor Beverly Perdue of North Carolina. Courage: To Stand Alone Governor Perdue serves the citizens of North Carolina. She has shown courage in the face of threats, retaliation, and an unpopular media spotlight....   [tags: Politics, Leadership]
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The Distribution of Leadership - 1 Introduction The distribution of leadership has been practiced from ancient times, Hatschepsut co-ruled Egypt with Thutmose III and the history of Rome is peppered with examples of joint-Emperorships. These examples, which involve sharing or complimentary leadership, are salient because they involve the tips of massive hierarchical organisations and show that there has been a need to flatten hierarchies and share responsibilities from ancient times. The current term used is distributed leadership and its application is not exclusive to educational organisations....   [tags: Leadership]
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Integrity in Leadership - Definition of Integrity ·     Since this paper deals with the idea of integrity in leadership, it is useful to start this paper defining integrity. Webster's dictionary defines integrity as "uncompromising adherence to a code of moral, artistic or other values; utter sincerity, honesty and candor, avoidance of deception, expediency, or shallowness of any kind" Let us exam this definition a bit deeper. The first part of the definition talks of uncompromising adherence. This means that one would always choose the "right" path, regardless of what seems to be more appealing....   [tags: Ethical Integrity Essays] 1659 words
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Examining Leadership in Schools - 1 Introduction Within the last 30 years or more there has been a greater shift of emphasis of attention by educational scholars to the role of leadership in schools. This has included examining what is meant by leadership as well as how the influence or power that comes from leadership is used, shared and devolved. I am interested in examining leadership teams that share leadership. I have been involved with leadership for most of my teaching career but only at the senior level in about the last six years and I was recently involved in working as a team member in a co-principalship model for one year....   [tags: Leadership]
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The Importance of Developing a Personal Philosophy of Leadership - The qualities that make a good leader are as varied as the people that fill leadership roles. Some leaders aren’t overly dynamic but somehow get the best out of people while others appear to be too carefree to take seriously. What is it then that makes leaders who they are. A personal philosophy of leadership is that distinguishing trait that every leader possesses. What those leadership characteristics and behaviors are will be explored in the following text, along with what I believe is the best route for me to follow as I work on developing my own personal philosophy of leadership....   [tags: leadership] 1932 words
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Servant Leadership From a Christian Perspective - INTRODUCTION Many people want to attain and hold influential positions in society whether it would be in the field of science, politics, education, or in public service. However, many people tend to forget how servitude is one of the main life highways to travel in order to arrive at that successful destination called “Leadership.” Nevertheless, there was one man who knew how powerful the concept of servitude was in order to grasp the reigns of successful leadership. Socrates was a phenomenal philosopher, scholar, teacher, and servant....   [tags: Leadership ]
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The Study of Leadership and the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire - “The study of leadership rivals in age the emergence of civilization, which shaped its leaders as much as it was shaped by them. From its infancy, the study of history has been the study of leaders- what they did and why they did it.” (Bass,1990) “..the transformational leader articulates the vision in a clear and appealing manner, explains how to attain the vision, acts confidently and optimistically, expresses confidence in the followers, emphasizes values with symbolic actions, leads by example, and empowers followers to achieve the vision (Yukl, 2002) Yukl, G....   [tags: Leadership, MLQ, ] 2009 words
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Gary Yukl's Leadership in Organizations - Gary Yukl's Leadership in Organizations Gary Yukl is Professor of Management and Leadership at the State University of New York in Albany, and a board member of the Leadership Quarterly journal. He is a well-known scholar and author on leadership. Leadership in Organizations was first published in 1981. This fifth edition was published in 2002, and the formerly 19 chapters have been consolidated into 15 (which includes a new chapter on ethical leadership and diversity). This has been done in order to accommodate a 15-week course....   [tags: Business Leadership] 1961 words
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What Leadership Means to Me - What comes to mind when you hear the word leader. Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy. According to Webster's Dictionary, a leader is "one who leads." After participating in the Leadership Program, I have learned that a leader is hard to summarize. I entered the Leadership Program with a narrow mind. I thought that I knew the expectations of leadership along with everything that leadership entails. After all, how difficult could it be to persuade others to see your personal opinion and then, get them to follow your dreams....   [tags: Definition Essay Leadership] 821 words
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Ethical and Moral Philosophies: Application to Business - Define and Discuss Philosophies’ Application to Business Business philosophy refers to application of theoretic framework to determine the manner in which a business entity deals with various forms of operation. It refers to formation and operation of a corporate entity in areas that include management, accounting, public relations, business operations, marketing, and training (Dahlsrud, 2008). Moral philosophy, on the other hand, refers to values that determine the rightness or wrongness of an action (Bartels, 2008)....   [tags: Ethical and Moral Philosophies]
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Leadership Challenge, by Kouzes and Posner - In the Leadership Challenge, 4th edition, it is Kouzes & Posner (2007) intention to present a road map for individuals to follow on their leadership journey. The authors stress that “leadership is not a gene and it’s not an inheritance.” Leadership they assert is “an identifiable set of skills and abilities that are available to all of us” (p. 23). They make clear that the “great person” theory of leadership is “plain wrong.” Leaders are our everyday heroes who do extraordinary things on a regular basis (p....   [tags: Leadership Essays] 1321 words
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Importance of Trust in Leadership - Trust is a critical ingredient in the development of relationship in an organization (Goldman and Casey, 2010 and O’Neill, 2002). This is because a trusted leader can utilize the support of others to achieve a common goal and forms one of the most relevant and important aspect of organizations. The three most important concepts learned from the assigned readings include the fact that trust as the foundation of leadership involves the willingness to be vulnerable, ability to gain knowledge and creative thinking and integrate both personal and organizational trust in motivating, stimulating creativity, and helping the organization attract and retain great employees....   [tags: Foundation for Leadership]
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How to Overcome Leadership Challenges - With so many constant changes today with different generations, legal and political circumstances and ever-changing and improving technology sources, organizations have new and recurring issues arising every single day. The reasons for these issues vary widely and develop because of so many different situations. The outcome of the situation depends on many factors including the issue at hand, the management style and the ethics of the organization to simply name a few. These outcomes can certainly make or break an organization if not handled appropriately....   [tags: Trust and Leadership]
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Developing My Leadership Skills - Ethics Lens Inventory Assessment My individual preferred Ethical Lens Inventory (ELI) is “Relationship and Reputation Lens which is “Balance reasoning skills (rationality) and intuition (sensibility) to determine what processes, systems, character traits and virtues will best serve the community by assuring fairness and justice for all (equality).” (Ethical Lens report www.ethicsgame.com). Ethics Lens Inventory Assessment Results As indicated by ELI my Core Values are Equality and Rationality/Sensibility....   [tags: Leadership Essays]
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Servant Leadership vs the Common Core - If one wanted to look at a prime example of the practice of Servant Leadership, a person doesn’t have to look very far. It is found in every school in the form of teachers and educators. But recently implemented reforms like the Common Core have stymied teachers in their role of servant leaders. Servant Leadership is defined as a leadership that is based on serving others altruistically. Servant leaders put the wellbeing of their followers ahead of their own needs in order to see them grow to their fullest potential....   [tags: Servant Leadership]
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Personal Leadership Philosophy - In developing this idea of what leadership is, I examined what was most important to me in being a leader. Since leadership is such a broad term, this could not be a process whereby I could generalize leadership for everyone. Rather, the task is to determine who I am as a leader. I asked myself, what is it that shapes the vision. What are the factors that comprise a leader, and what makes these things add up to create something larger than ourselves as leaders. Thoughtful reflections on these things lead me to generate the following definition of leadership: Leadership is about more than simply having followers; it is not a title, and it is not achieved by just following a few p...   [tags: definition of leadership] 1068 words
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Transformational Leadership - Transformational Leadership: Transformational leadership is one of the most popular leadership styles. According to Kendrick (2011), “Transformational leadership involves four factors: 1. idealized influence, 2. inspirational motivation, 3. intellectual stimulation, and 4. individual consideration.” These four factors make transformational leadership have an impact on followers. The goal of transformational leadership is to cause a positive change in individuals, help motivate them, and develop a leader within each individual....   [tags: management, leadership styles]
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Executive Leadership - Throughout history, I find that a common characteristic of successful businesses and organizations is the leadership skills and techniques of a person or persons. I believe leadership; today, has become less rigid in nature and in essence is becoming more flexible. This trend allows today’s leaders to apply a style of leadership that fits the person; and, or situation at that particular time. The more we learn about successful leaders it is clear that there are many differences in how they motivate people to complete missions and tasks under their guidance....   [tags: Leadership, Executive Strategies]
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The Role and Responsibility of Company Leadership in Shaping Organizational Culture - According to (Organic Workspaces, n. d) an organization’s culture refers to the observable, powerful forces in any organization, usually constituted by the employees’ shared values, beliefs, symbols, and behaviors. The organizational culture ideally influences its decisions and actions (Tharp, n. d). (Watkins, 2013) also defines organizational culture as a consistent and observable pattern of behavior in organizations. An organization’s culture channelizes individual decisions and actions at a subconscious level, and thus, can have a potent effect on an organization’s success....   [tags: company leadership, organizational culture]
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Leadership's Corruption as Represented in Animal Farm - Leaders are not always to be trusted, and this is highlighted in the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell as the message of the text. In Animal Farm, leadership is represented through the actions and personalities of the various characters as a powerful, but easily corruptible force. The Leaders of Animal Farm start off with good intentions but as the story goes on it becomes obvious the leaders have grown power-hungry and have become the ‘superior’ animals, showing that equality does not exist. Propaganda and manipulation play a big part in the novel, stopping the animals from protesting or noticing that their leader was extremely greedy and corrupted....   [tags: animal farm, george orwell, leadership, corruption] 1101 words
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The Importance of Ethical Leaders - Statement of the Problem Leadership is an organizational role that has an effect on every organizational matter. From the employees’ morale, customers’ satisfaction, and the organizational effectiveness, organizational leaders and their behaviors directly or indirectly affect everything. In addition to the leadership’s impact on the organization and its elements, leaders are often perceived as role models for the organizational members. Consequently, it is important that leaders are not only competent but also ethical in their everyday conduct, (Toor & Ofori, 2009)....   [tags: Moral Perspective, Inspirational Motivation]
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Does It Pay to be Ethical? - Does it pay to be ethical. The problem being investigated is whether companies whose leaders operate in an ethical stewardship capacity, who have established high levels of trust with those they lead, are more competitively successful. Caldwell, Hayes and Long (2010) suggest a strong trust relationship between leader and subordinate, where the leader is concerned for the greater good of all stakeholders as opposed to personal self interest, is an essential competitive advantage in the global marketplace....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Emerging as a Servant Leader - Traditional theories of leadership include the great man, power bases, skills approach, style approach, contingency, and path-goal theories. Those are all very objectively based, not looking at the individual’s experiences, wants, needs, and idiosyncrasies. Then the emerging leadership theories came along, viewing leaders as unique individuals, instead of positions within an organization. These theories are relationship-heavy, focusing on the interactions between the leaders and the followers as something fragile, instead of surface-level....   [tags: Leadership]
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Ethical Issues in Group Work - Group therapy has become a popular form of therapy lately; it used to be used more as a last option, but now group therapy is often the first or better choice for some clients. Group therapy can be helpful in an assortment of ways. Group counseling has provided constructive results, Corey, Corey, & Callanan (2011) explain some factors that have helped “such as skilled leaders, appropriately referred group members, and defined goals” (p.480). There are many different types of group therapy. I think practitioners should know not only how too effectively handle group therapy if they are doing group work, but if group is the right choice for everyone involved....   [tags: Group Therapy, Screening]
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Ethical Decision Making Models - Introduction Ethical responsibilities are relevant in business, education, and other institutions and communities. In seeking a higher education position, making ethical decisions will be significant. Assessing ethical conduct is a key element to improving the resolution of ethical conflicts. Asking questions and surveying individuals in the medical field, businesses, colleges, and other areas will provide useful information about the impact and influence of ethical conduct. Empirical research indicates various factors influence and affect ethical behavior....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Ethical Considerations in Global Expansion - Introduction The aim of this paper is to discuss the challenges of values-based decision-making ethics in the current marketplace. This discussion will include the research findings on the four markets for potential expansion and an assessment of the current social and political climate of each. A recommendation will offer three best fits based on a comparison of company values, and will include detailed rational for these choices. Content and Analysis Background According to Ferrell (2004), “Organizations create ethical or unethical corporate cultures based on leadership and the commitment to values that stress the importance of stakeholder relationships....   [tags: Global Commerce]
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Developing a Leadership Philosophy - Developing a Leadership Philosophy It is very telling that one of our last activities focuses on reflection and communication. It is telling because these are the two characteristics emphasized throughout each of my leadership classes. Reflection deals with a leader’s ability to internalize learning. Communication incorporates a leader’s ability to develop relationships and influence them effectively. I firmly believe both characteristics are the keys to effective leadership. A number of experts concur believing that a leader must start with knowledge of oneself and develop that into an ability to communicate, share ideas, visions, and listen to others....   [tags: Developing a Philosophy of Leadership]
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My Experience in the Student Leadership Program - My experience in the student leadership program was interesting and informative. These are two descriptive words that stand out in my mind about the whole program. There were times in the student leadership program when I questioned myself about being part of the class, but I overcame this once I reflected on the many things that we have learned. From the guest speakers to the projects, the class has always kept me thinking. First, the program was very informative. I took in so much information over the course of the semester that I sometimes feel overwhelmed, but in a good way....   [tags: student leadership essays] 943 words
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The Immersion of Transformational Leadership - Introduction Leadership has evolved dramatically over the one hundred years. From its early stages of endowed personality characteristics, leadership has evolved to a more dynamic and fluid process that surrounds itself in a more inclusive environment. While many leadership theories compare and contrast one another, the immersion of transformational leadership has truly projected the thinking of leadership into a new form of logic and context. Transformational leadership is formed on a basis of inspirational and motivational qualities that drive a leader to guide others in such a way that is instrumental in the individual growth as well as the group growth within an organizational or perso...   [tags: mentor, coach, morals, ethics, decision making]
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