Ethical leadership encourages organizational employees to proactively manage ethics by regularly communicating about ethics and values; encourages an ethical culture through codes and practices of openness/transparency, fairness, trustworthiness, and caring with employees and other stakeholders; leads to the development of processes to anticipate and avoid ethical crises; and models ethical conduct.
- Bruhn, John G. 2005. Looking Good, But Behaving Badly: Leader Accountability and Ethics Failure. Health Care Manager 24, no. 3:191-199
- Chadwick, Roger A. 2005. The effect of justification on trait attribution for immoral behavior. Unpublished master thesis. New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
Modules & Cases
- Nelson, Jim. 2011. Power Play: A U.S. Senator Pushes
- Badaracco, Joseph L., Jr. 2001. We Don’t Need Another Hero. Harvard Business Review 79, no. 8:120-6
- Clayton, Kathy. 1989. Daniels’ Winning Methods. PDF (Aug. 21): 1, 16- 20