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  1. Ten ethical leadership characteristics 
  2. Ethical leadership and follower moral actions: Investigating an emotional linkage
  3. What does it mean to be an ethical leader?
  4. A new model for ethical leadership
  5. What is ethical leadership? Attributes, traits, and examples 
  6. Do perceptions of ethical conduct matter during organizational change? Ethical leadership and employee involvement  
  7. Eight characteristics of an ethical leader
  8. Ethical leadership: The effect on employees  
  9. How to be an ethical leader: Ten tips for success  
  10. The impact of ethical leadership on employee engagement  
  11. Ethical leadership in a complex world  
  12. The impact of ethical leadership on employee engagement   
  13. What is ethical leadership?
  14. The effects of authentic leadership, moral potency, and leadership virtues on ethical leadership among managers in financial sector organizations  
  15. The importance of being an ethical leader and how to become one  
  16. The practice of ethical leadership