Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership

Un libro in lingua di Johnson Craig E. edito da Sage Pubns, 2011

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Using the metaphor of light or shadow, Craig E. Johnson shows how leaders have the power to do significant good or harm. Taking an interdisciplinary approach to leadership ethics and balancing theory and research with opportunities for application, the book provides self-assessments, cases and films to analyze, and exploration exercises.

New to This Edition

A new chapter on ethical crisis leadership explains the stages of a crisis and the five ethical principles and strategies that are essential to fulfilling moral duties during times of crisis

New or expanded coverage of many hot topics includes authentic leadership, servant leadership, followership ethics, emotional intelligence, the ethics of care, and moral intuition

The author presents new topical cases, including the financial crisis (AIG, Washington Mutual, Bernie Medoff) and the corporate world (Microsoft, and the Peanut Corporation of America), and has updated cases retained from the previous edition (including the genocide in Darfur, Google in China, and the Columbia space shuttle crash)

New films have been added to the popular "Leadership Ethics at the Movies" feature, including Gran Torino, Michael Clayton, and There Will Be Blood, with questions to spark classroom discussion

Key Features

Self-Assessments measure students' performance on an important behavior, skill, or concept discussed in the chapter; many are new to this edition

Implications and Applications sections review key ideas and their ramifications for the reader as a leader

For Further Exploration, Challenge, and Assessment features encourage students to engage in extended reflection and self-analysis through individual assignments and group projects

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