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Ethical Leadership – A Must For Customer Loyalty

Posted on24. Feb, 2009 by .

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Businesses still do not understand that customer loyalty begins with executive leadership who demonstrates consistent ethics and values found within the organization’s strategic business action plan. When the executive leadership behaves badly, these actions are shared inside and outside of the organization. For example, Indiana is an at will employer. Businesses can terminate employees without […]

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Leadership Ethics

Posted on05. Feb, 2009 by .

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Pierre Du Plessis asked: Here are a few things to ponder on about leadership ethics and our own individual position with regard to these principles: 1. General Douglas MacArthur’s Leadership Principles: MacArthur developed a list of questions to guide him in his leadership duties. These principles can be applied to any leadership situation. 1. Do […]

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The 3 Most Critical Steps for Ethical Leadership

Posted on20. Feb, 2007 by .

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anonymous asked: With leadership comes a great responsibility to uphold a standard of integrity regardless of the cost. All too often we see leaders compromise their lifelong forged ethics just to gain the ever fleeting reward of “momentarily getting ahead.” This lack of ethical leadership has greatly shaped the values of our society. Albert Einstein […]

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Ethics in Business – From Compliance to Commitment

Posted on20. Feb, 2007 by .

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Rana Group asked: By the time this article goes to print all of us will surely have had our fill of news reports about Conrad Black’s infamous lawsuit. We’ll likely be numb to the never ending allegations of fraudulent practices at Nortel. But, how many of us as human resource professionals will be asking, ‘What […]

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8 Steps to Effective Christian Leadership

Posted on13. Feb, 2007 by .

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Sean Mize asked: Because both the Christian and non-Christian social environment has tended to expect that Christians measure up to their self-proclaimed moral and ethical standards, as they rightly should. What can you do to be sure you ‘stand up to the test’ in the area of Christian leadership? 1) Probably the most important thing […]

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Ethics in Business – From Compliance to Commitment

Posted on28. Jan, 2007 by .

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Rana Group asked: By the time this article goes to print all of us will surely have had our fill of news reports about Conrad Black’s infamous lawsuit.  We’ll likely be numb to the never ending allegations of fraudulent practices at Nortel. But, how many of us as human resource professionals will be asking, ‘What […]

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Why We Should Promote Ethical Leadership Today

Posted on22. Dec, 2006 by .

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Muna wa Wanjiru asked: Leaders of today often spread hatred among various communities in order to project themselves as a champion of a particular community. This is a very dangerous situation.  Leaders are people who have the capability to galvanize people for some specific purpose.  If the purpose is constructive, it goes on to create […]

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The Truth About Ethical Leadership

Posted on05. Dec, 2006 by .

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Akhil Shahani asked: Leadership is a relationship between leaders and followers. The foundation of this relationship is trust. Ethics refer to the principles that define behavior as right, good and proper. There is an inextricable link between leadership and ethics. Leaders must themselves be ethical in their decisions and actions in order to influence others […]

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