By Linda Fisher Thornton
This post is Part 4 in the series “5 Insights Into Leadership Development Future.”
The previous posts in the series in case you missed them:
Part 1 on Global Trends
Part 2 on Wholeness
Part 3 on Growth and Human Development
In Part 4, we take a look at positive ethical valuesand the search for meaning.
Leaders need to help diverse groups of meaning-seekers thrive.
One way they do that is by leading with positive values.
The best leaders are modeling leadership that is infused with ethical values like care, respect, sustainability and community service. They demonstrate that they understand the role that values play in good leadership.
Ethical values will increasingly be considered an important element of what it means to lead.
“Recommendations for future research to promote the development and measurement of leaders who have morality, ethics, and authenticity as foundational behaviors to their leadership.”
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