Why Leaders Fail Ethically: A Paradigmatic Evaluation of Leadership Cameron A. Batmanghlich

ISBN: 9783319127323

Published: January 14th 2015

Hardcover

144 pages


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Why Leaders Fail Ethically: A Paradigmatic Evaluation of Leadership  by  Cameron A. Batmanghlich

Why Leaders Fail Ethically: A Paradigmatic Evaluation of Leadership by Cameron A. Batmanghlich
January 14th 2015 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9783319127323 | 6.80 Mb

Contrary to popular conceptions that ethical failures in leadership are correlated with economic downturns and other stressful market conditions, this book argues that such transgressions are an intrinsic element of leadership, as it is defined underMoreContrary to popular conceptions that ethical failures in leadership are correlated with economic downturns and other stressful market conditions, this book argues that such transgressions are an intrinsic element of leadership, as it is defined under the current prevailing paradigm.In recent years the crisis of failures in ethical leadership across organizations, particularly corporations, has been highlighted more than ever, both in academic discourse and the public sphere.

Psychological maladies leading to higher number of sick leaves, general feelings of disillusionment among employees, loss of motivation and employee loyalty, even suicide (both in Western corporations and in other parts of the world) are just a few examples of how ethical failures in leadership are expressed.In order to gain original insight into the phenomenon of ethical leadership, the author explores the origins and effects of the current leadership paradigm along two dimensions: (1) a revisit of the leadership construct from a historical and philosophical perspective, with a focus on the relationship between theory and practice- and (2) the theoretical roots of the ethical component of leadership theories, identifying the reasoning behind the value system in our paradigm.Subsequently, by linking these constructs together, a meta-theory emerges suggesting that the three main ethical departure points of virtue ethics, teleology and deontology (all of which have emerged during the past three thousand years through a confluence of the Abrahamic religions and Greek value-systems) are the basis for our reasoning about leadership, its construct and the practice of leadership itself.Challenging traditional views of ethical leadership, the author goes beyond theory and philosophy to consider practical implications, including alternative ways to improve executive recruitment, training, and involvement of followers in decision-making- experiments like rotating leadership- and a peek into other paradigms, such as the Zoroastrianism, hence making an original contribution to the field of leadership both for scholars and practitioners.



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