By Linda Fisher Thornton
How will we know if our leadership is “good?” Since there are conflicting opinions about what good leadership includes, we need an understanding of the context to answer this important question.
This week I’m featuring a collection of posts that clear up questions you may have about how to define and practice “good” leadership. This is the kind of leadership that builds high-trust companies and communities. It is the high level leadership that brings out the best in people and engages them in meaningful work.
As you explore these posts, think about the ways you have learned about good leadership and who your role models have been.
7 Definitions of “Good” (Why We Disagree About Ethics)
Is Your Leadership “Net Positive?”
What is the Ultimate Goal of Leadership?
We need “good” leadership at every level if we are going to build good organizations. Will our leadership stand the test of time? Will it be considered “good” by others looking back on it 100 years from now?
Ethical Leaders “See” Their Choices Through All 7 Lenses
Includes case examples and questions.
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Unleash the Positive Power of Ethical Leadership®
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