Radio Talk, December 27, 2014 @ 8PM CST
Leadership is a privilege and a responsibility that demands a good deal from those who practice it, whether formally or informally. High on that list of demands is the need to be ethical, both in personal life and in leadership. Because leaders are role models whether they choose to be or not, they set the tone for the ethical stance of their individual followers, of the organization or group they lead, and, to some extent, of the larger community.
Ethical behavior, in its simplest terms, is knowing and doing what is right.
WHAT IS ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHY PRACTICE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHEN AND BY WHOM SHOULD ETHICAL LEADERSHIP BE PRACTICED?
HOW DO YOU PRACTICE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
WHAT ARE SOME SPECIFIC COMPONENTS OF ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?
NEVER STOP REEXAMINING YOUR ETHICS AND YOUR LEADERSHIP.