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Chapter 5

3 Key Deficiencies in the study of Leadership. We still do now know very much about leadership. Leadership still exists in a vacuum separate from ethics. Leadership is generally understood using a top-down, attribute approach where the monolithic leader proposes plans for followers to execute.
4 Variables Leadership Models Have in Common: A Canonical Framework Leader>Follower>Situation context> Processes Skills
Amoral Leadership Effective leaders are capable of attaining organizational objectives. Ethics and values play no role in defining effective leaders. Unable to distinguish between hitler and gandi.
Amoral Leadership Theories Great man and trait theories-identifies the personality traits of leaders. Psychodynamic theories- studies the leaders and followers motivations for success. Situational theories- different situations demand different styles of leadership.
Values-Based Leadership Seeks to understand the values of leaders and followers. The leader displays values, and respects followers wants and needs. Leader gives the trust and loyalty of followers who are empowered to achieve desired goals.
Steven Covey Principle-centered leadership principles should guide the leader. Tell us that people are spiritual beings who want meanings and a sense of doing something that matters. The leader must practice ethical modes of motivation but convey is silent on the ethics.
Gardner Evil is caused by immoral leaders who exploit the evil in followers. Moral leaders use power to release human potential and instill responsibility in followers. Leaders set a vision built on values and morals.
MacGregor Transformational Leadership Leaders mobilize followers to higher levels of moral development. Leaders arouse followers toward a collective moral purpose based on end values such as freedom to exercise choice, equality of human rights, achievement of personal respice and dignity.
Frames actions in ethical terms see leadership as a fully ethical task requiring sound moral judgement
Articulates and embodies the purpose and values of the organization don't just talk about ethics, you must live it.
Connects the Basic Value proposition to stakeholder support and societal legitimacy fulfill the purpose of the firm according to stakeholder and societal expectations.
Creates a conversation about ethics, values, and the creation of value for stakeholders that is alive get people talking about how they are living the values and why they choose to support the firm and it's purpose.
Creates mechanisms of dissent have creative ways for people to express dissatisfaction with their bosses or others.
Finds the best people and develops them see a moral duty to develop people and help them to live better lives
Makes tough calls while being imaginative be willing to make difficult decisions.
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