Leading in Context LLC Publishes “Ethical Implications of How Leaders Perceive Different” Module
December 8, 2010 Leave a comment
Leading in Context LLC has published its first eBook “Ethical Implications of How Leaders Perceive Different.” The eBook provides a talking context for businesses seeking to understand what it means to lead ethically and to incorporate ethical practices into daily leadership.
How leaders perceive “different” ideas and people impacts leadership behavior and causes changes in organizational culture, employee engagement and the ability of a business to innovate and adapt.
eBook With Context Graphics and Case Study
“Ethical Implications of How Leaders Perceive Different” is a nine-page eBook designed to enhance leadership development programs by providing a thinking context for ethical leadership. The context graphics depict a continuum of “Five Leader Perceptions of “Different” and “Resulting Leader Behaviors.” The materials are designed to be used to enhance current company leadership programs.
Included in the eBook:
- Overview of the Ethical Implications of How Leaders Perceive “Different.”
- Questions for Individual Reflection
- Context Graphic “Five Leader Perceptions of ‘Different’” and “Resulting Leader Behaviors”
- Questions for Group Discussion
- Group Business Case: The Ethics of How we Perceive “Different”
The context graphics are compelling and will appeal to business leaders at all levels in organizations. Business Schools, Chief Learning Officers and External Consultants will find that the materials take the learning conversation about ethical leadership to a higher level.
Note: Ethical Implications of How Leaders Perceive “Different” is no longer available in the Leading in Context® Store. Contact Info@LeadinginContext.com for Information.
For more, see Linda’s book 7 Lenses and the 21 Question Assessment: How Current is My Message About Ethics? 2014 Axiom Business Book Award Winner About 7 Lenses Info@LeadinginContext.com @leadingincontxt @7Lenses
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