Corporate Ethics Leadership. Leadership. Leaders People who can influence the behaviors of others without having to rely on force People who are accepted as leaders by others What leaders actually do Using non-coercive influence to shape the group’s or organization’s goals
is not always simple
“Black and White.”
Ethical leadership involves both acting and leading ethically over time all the time.
Ethical leadership should be practiced all the time by anyone in a formal or informal leadership position.
(1) Leaders set standards of ethical behavior.
(a) Define and affirm core values.
(b) Provide clarity.
(c) Act as standard bearers.
(2) Followers embrace those standards.
(a) Embrace core values.
(b) Ask for direction when uncertain.
(c) Meet standards.