By Linda Fisher Thornton
Dialogue is a powerful tool for developing ethical organizations. Workplace issues are complex and opinions vary about what ethical leadership means. This combination creates a kind of “murky uncertainty” that keeps leaders from giving us their best, most ethical performance.
To move beyond this “murky uncertainty,” we need to take the time to talk about what ethical behavior means. Use the twelve questions in the discussion guide below to start building a shared understanding of your organization’s definition of ethical leadership behavior.
LEADING THE CONVERSATION IN OUR ORGANIZATIONS
Here are some questions that may help you define ethical issues and appropriate leader behaviors in the context of your organizational values:
- What are the specific ethical behaviors that are required of all organizational leaders?
- What are the consequences if they don’t behave ethically?
- What are the situations that people encounter that could lead them into a grey…
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