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... to level five is completed by combining established values, principles, morals and virtues. This combination is complete when a leader has an ethical theory that allows him or her to analyze an issue and understand the values, principles, morals and virtues that determine their beliefs and influence their actions. After climbing up the stairwell it is easy to see how ethics are composed of the continued development of values, principles, morals and virtues. Looking at previous research, a leader will come across different metaphors and explanations of the five terms, but a true understanding of ethics relies the development of the other four terms. Ethics is a big picture topic. It incorporates all four terms that create a leader’s personal philosophy for actions and decision-making. However, once the top floor is reached it may be necessary to revisit lower floors.
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