Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Ethical Leadership Principles

In this section, we present five principles that should lead to the development of ethical leadership. They are respect for others, serving others, justice for others, being fair to others and building community with others.
1. Respect for others:
Ethical leaders treat others with dignity and respect. This means that they do not treat people as ends in themselves as a means to their own. This form of respect that recognizes followers have goals and ambitions and confirming followers as human worth and value to the organization. Moreover lead empathy, active listening, and tolerance for opposing views.
2. Service to others       
Ethical leaders serve others. They act in an altruistic way, in contrast to act in a way that is based on ethical selfish. The leaders prioritize followers to support their main reason for living and raising my subordinates. Service to others is illustrated by the behavior, such as mentoring, team building, and empowerment.
3. Justice for others
Ethical leaders ensure that justice and fairness are central part of their decision. This means that the treatment of all auxiliary mostly the same way, unless there is a clear need for differential treatment and transparency why they need. Besides transparent logic differential treatment should be morally credible.
4. Honesty towards others
Ethical leadership requires honesty. Deception destroys trust, a critical feature of any rule follower relationship. On the other hand, loyalty increases confidence and builds leader-follower relationship. Honesty means being open to others by our thinking and express our reality as fully as we can. This means balancing openness with only reveal what is appropriate in a given situation. Dalla Costa (1998) says that the loyalty Leadership means:
Do not promise what you can not deliver, wrong, not hide behind spin doctored excuses not to suppress the obligation not to evade responsibility, does not accept that the "survival of the fittest" pressure the company releases each of us from responsibility others honour and respect to humanity.
We argue that leaders should make sure that what they think, what they think, what they say and what they do internally consistent. This internal consistency, with openness, trust has developed between the followers in the direction of the lead.
5. Building community with others

Ethical leaders who develop others. This is important because leadership is about influencing others to achieve a common goal. This means that leaders are developing organizational or team goals appropriate for the leader and his followers. The goal should excite many people as possible and achieve ethical leader by considering the purpose of each group or organization.

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