Ethical Leadership --- finding background information
It's easy to find information on the internet, but not all information is equally useful. Look at the Articles to Explore, below, and ask yourself:
Who wrote it?
Does the site tell you who the author is? How easy is it to find out the author’s qualifications?
What organization or business hosts the site?
A magazine, newspaper, or research journal? A university? A business? A non-profit organization? Something else?
Why does this article exist?
Someone wrote it for a reason. Did they want to inform you? Help you perform a task? Convince you of some idea? Sell a product or service to you?
Who might find this article useful?
Articles to explore:
- What does it mean to be an ethical leader?
- A new model for ethical leadership
- What is ethical leadership? Attributes, traits, and examples
- Eight characteristics of an ethical leader
- Ethical leadership: The effect on employees
- How to be an ethical leader: Ten tips for success
- The effects of authentic leadership, moral potency, and leadership virtues on ethical leadership among managers working in financial sector organizations
- Ethical leadership in a complex world
- What is ethical leadership?
- The importance of being an ethical leader and how to become one