McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Dec 1, 2006 - Psychology - 156 pages
This is the first book to rigorously explore the value of ethics in a business climate overwhelmingly driven by the need to generate profits and cut costs. Drawing on both authors' extensive experience in teaching and research, this book provides a clear, systemic model from which practical strategies can be derived for sound and effective leadership.
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Chapter 1 Need for Ethical Leadership in Organizations
a critical review
a brief overview
the leadersmotives influence strategies and character
Chapter 5 Preparing for ethical leadership in organizations
Chapter 6 Cultural contingencies of leadership
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