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Ethical Leadership course1       Edward Johnson       Head IT Banking Systems       Falcon Private Bank
What is it about ?2       What are the types       Why is it important?       What are the myths ?
The 3 Es3       Education       Experience       Ethics
Types of Ethical leadership4       Hierarchical       Volunteer       Transformational
Types of Leader5       Intellectual       Traditional       Individual       Elected       Role model - leads by exam...
Leadership - the 3 elements6       Relationship building       Emotional involvement       Offering a choice
Leadership concepts7       Trust       Values         The   firms Code of Conduct       Teaching         Living   and...
Leadership Traits8       Creating an open environment       Letting others have credit ... free of ego       Making inf...
Ethical Failure9       Ethical muteness           Not talking about being ethical           FIX - Communication about e...
Ethical Failure (2)10        Ethical Duplicity          Having  different values at home compared to work.          FIX...
The Ethical Leadership pyramid11        1 Awareness - being aware of the ethical issues        2 Reasoning - Thinking th...
Ethical leadership - Do things right
Ethical leadership - Do things right
Ethical leadership - Do things right
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Ethical leadership - Do things right

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A summary of ethical leadership,as part of the "Real Value Leadership" series.
Leading in an ethical manner can deliver increased value to a business as well as attracting and keeping the high performers that every business would like to have.

Published in: Business, Technology

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  1. 1. Ethical Leadership course1  Edward Johnson  Head IT Banking Systems  Falcon Private Bank
  2. 2. What is it about ?2  What are the types  Why is it important?  What are the myths ?
  3. 3. The 3 Es3  Education  Experience  Ethics
  4. 4. Types of Ethical leadership4  Hierarchical  Volunteer  Transformational
  5. 5. Types of Leader5  Intellectual  Traditional  Individual  Elected  Role model - leads by example  The real Ethical leader
  6. 6. Leadership - the 3 elements6  Relationship building  Emotional involvement  Offering a choice
  7. 7. Leadership concepts7  Trust  Values  The firms Code of Conduct  Teaching  Living and speaking Values
  8. 8. Leadership Traits8  Creating an open environment  Letting others have credit ... free of ego  Making informed decisions  Speaking his mind  Having high integrity  Letting others know him  Not being threatened by others
  9. 9. Ethical Failure9  Ethical muteness  Not talking about being ethical  FIX - Communication about ethical issues  Ethical Blindness  Not being able to see an ethical issue  FIX - Develop ethical awareness  Ethical Paralysis  Values not put into practice  FIX - effectiveness and Action  Ethical Hypocrisy  Saying X, but doing Y.  FIX - develop integrity
  10. 10. Ethical Failure (2)10  Ethical Duplicity  Having different values at home compared to work.  FIX - Consistency at all times  Ethical Complacency  Thinking: I can do no wrong  FIX - Humility and attention to ethics at all times  Ethical Incoherence  Missing the inconsistencies  FIX - Recognize & resolve inconsistencies
  11. 11. The Ethical Leadership pyramid11  1 Awareness - being aware of the ethical issues  2 Reasoning - Thinking through ethical issues  3 Action - Putting ethical decisions into Action through behavior  4 Leadership - Consistently acting in a ethical and responsible way
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