By Linda Fisher Thornton
While I specialize in positive, proactive ethical leadership, I frequently get asked questions about unethical leadership. In particular, readers ask about the damage that toxic leaders do in organizations and what situations and circumstances lead to ethical failures.
While we need to stay focused on the positive, preventive aspects of our leadership, understanding what not to do can also help us stay within the boundaries of positive ethical leadership. Today I’m sharing posts that describe what leadership looks like when it is unethical.
These articles include details about what not to do:
Can A Toxic Leader Be Ethical? Yes and No
Is Over-Solving Problems Unethical?
Is Needing To Be Right Unethical?
Is Refusing to Change Unethical?
What Are Signs Of Unethical Leadership and Low Trust?
Is Failing To Honor Boundaries Unethical?
40 Ethical Culture Gaps to Avoid
“We can no longer evaluate a person’s leadership solely on results while ignoring the negative ripple effect created by interpersonal behavior choices. It’s time to see toxic leadership for what it really is – stress creating, inappropriate, negative, unethical leadership.”
Linda Fisher Thornton, Leading in Context Blog, Can a Toxic Leader Be Ethical? Yes and No.
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