Leadership. Chapter 14 – Leadership Ethics. The Smartest Guys in the Room (2004) McLean and Elkind
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Chapter 14 – Leadership Ethics
Leadership Ethics Perspective
Principles of Ethical Leadership
Diverse Ethical Perspectives
How Does the Leadership Ethical Perspective Work?
Ethical World Views
Closed Worldview System
Open Worldview System
Definition & Theory
Ethics & Leadership
Recent Research – 1999-2002
Treating others as ends (their own goals)
rather than as means (to leaders’ personal goals)
- Listens closely to subordinates
Follower-centered - Based on the altruistic principle of placing followers foremost in the leader’s plans
Ethical leaders are concerned with issues of fairness and justice; they place issues of fairness at the center of their decision making
Honest leaders are authentic but also sensitive to the feelings and attitudes of others
Concern for common good means leaders cannot impose their will on others; they search for goals that are compatible with everyone.
How Does the Ethical Leadership Perspective Work?