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Transcript of Ethical/Moral
By Leanne, KaHaeng, and Ruth
What is Ethical/Moral Leadership?
"ethics"-pertaining to "morality"
solely based on the 4 V's
Our Theories & Experiences
Activity: What Is Your Ethical Leadership Style?
Be ready to think about what you would do in situations that require thought pertaining to ethics and morals in a leadership situation!
Co-President of LCSS Gay Straight Alliance
Representing a community within the school
Taking into account conflicting opinions on issues, and incorporating these into actions
"By themselves, integrity and character do not accomplish anything. But their absence faults everything else."
-Peter Drucker, author of The Effective Leader
My Leadership Philosophy
Major Theorists & Leaders
Aim to serve
A deep sense of ethics and values
Motivated by core ideals
Know how to manage themselves
Highly developed sense of emotional intelligence
"doing the right thing"
Making decisions that contribute to the FOUR V's
The moral "compass" of the group, the glue that holds everything together
Working at Tim Horton's
Money changes people's ethics and morals.
Ronald A. Heifetz
Co-founder of the Center for Public Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and co-founder of Cambridge Leadership Associates
Works with leaders in government, nonprofits and business
- emphasized conflicts and the responsibility of leaders to assist followers in dealing with these conflicts
- focused directly on the values of the followers
- create a work atmosphere characterized by: empathy, trust, and nurture
Pulitzer Prize winning historian, political scientist, presidential biographer, and authority on leadership studies
Well known for his contributions to the different types of leadership theories
- help followers achieve higher ethical standards when there are differing values conflicts (emphasizing values such as: equality, justice, liberty)
- interaction between leaders and followers should positively raise ethical behavior and character
"Ethical leaders speak to us about our identity, what we are and what we can become, how we live and how we could live better"
-R. Edward Freeman and Lisa Stewart, philosophers
- Man of honor and integrity
- Encouraged everyone to conquer evil with the good in the world through our inner strength
- Started a non-violence approach to freedom fighting campaign and gained supporters
- Fought for what the people deserved
“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”
- Lincoln had these great ethics that were found in his attitude behavior and character
- Considerate of others, listened to different points of view, had the ability control his emotions and communicate his goals and vision
- He fought for fair treatment and leniency
Youth Leader at my church
A part of mission group