The current ways of teaching and learning “good leadership” didn’t include the whole picture…
With a background in learning and human development, Linda Fisher Thornton realized that in our global society what we call “ethical leadership” is actually a continuum of different perspectives, and understanding the continuum helps us see our choices in a broader context.
After three years of research, she wrote the book 7 Lenses for learning ethical leadership (in all 7 dimensions of responsibility).
Linda Fisher Thornton is an innovative leadership development consultant with a passion for ethical leadership. Her book 7 Lenses, in its 2nd printing, introduces a practical 7-Lens model and 14 Guiding Principles for learning ethical leadership and seeing the nuances of ethical complexity. Linda holds a B.A. in Linguistics and Communication Studies from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Adult Education and Human Development from George Washington University.
A former bank senior vice president and now CEO of Leading in Context LLC, Linda has been in the leadership development field for over 25 years and is redefining “leadership” at a higher level with the ethical values built in. She is on Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers list and enjoys working with leaders across industries including Global Fortune 500, non-profit, government, health care and education. Linda also teaches global leadership and applied ethics as an adjunct associate professor for the University of Richmond SPCS.
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