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1 Ethical, Servant, Spiritual, and Authentic Leadership 13-1Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations

2 After studying this chapter, you should be able to:  Understand different conceptions of ethical leadership.  Understand the difficulties in defining and assessing ethical leadership.  Understand the individual and situational influences on ethical leadership. Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-2

3  Understand theories of transforming, servant, spiritual, and authentic leadership.  Understand the consequences of ethical leadership for followers and the organization.  Understand ways to promote ethical behavior and oppose unethical practices. Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-3

4 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-4 Understand different conceptions of ethical leadership

5  Honest  Altruistic  Trustworthy  Fair  Personal Integrity Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-5

6  There is considerable disagreement about the appropriate way to define and assess ethical leadership  There is no ethically neutral ground for theories of leadership, because they always involve values and implicit assumptions about proper forms of influence Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-6

7 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-7 Understand the difficulties in defining and assessing ethical leadership

8  Defined in different ways  Different criteria used  Judgments need to be made Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-8

9  Definitions include values, traits, and behaviors  Descriptions include behavior and motives  Descriptions include attempts to influence the ethical behavior of others  Judgments about ethical leadership vary somewhat across cultures  Definitions include the concept of personal integrity Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-9

10  Influencing expectations  Influencing values and beliefs  Multiple stakeholders and competing values Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-10

11 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-11 Understand the individual and situational influences on ethical leadership

12  Stages of moral development  Self-identify theory  Values involving the consequences of behavior and the observance of formal rules, policies, laws, or traditional practices  Personality traits and needs Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-12

13  Organizational culture and reward system  Community or national cultural values & beliefs  Follower characteristics  Toxic or abusive leaders Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-13

14 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-14 Understand theories of transforming, servant, spiritual, and authentic leadership

15  Transformational  Servant  Authentic  Spiritual Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-15

16 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-16 Understand the consequences of ethical leadership for followers and the organization

17  Follower values  Ethical behavior  Follower self-awareness  Feelings of spiritual fulfillment  Employee trust  Employee commitment  In some cases, improve financial performance Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-17

18 Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-18 Understand ways to promote ethical behavior and oppose unethical practices

19  Set clear standards  Model ethical behavior  Find ethical ways to resolve problems  Oppose unethical practices  Develop programs to promote ethical behavior  Cultural values, laws, and ethical standards Copyright© 2013 Pearson Education Leadership in Organizations13-19


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