7 Lenses Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership

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7 Lenses has an important purpose- to provide a clear, actionable road map for leading ethically in a complex world. With a oreword by Stephen M. R. Covey, this nove takes us beyond the triple bottom line to 7 different perspectives on ethical leadership, and provides 14 Guiding Principles that help us honor them all in daily leadership. It answers: Why do even the ethics experts disagree about what ethical leadership means? What is the bigger picture that we should use as our leadership road map? What are the business benefits of intentionally using high-level ethical leadership? What can we do to be prepared for the future of ethical leadership? The examples, graphics, cases and questions provide a framework for deeply engaging constituents and building trust for the shor term. Linda Fisher Thornton is CEO of Leading in Context LLC and has been developing leaders for over 25 years. Trust Across America named her one of the 2013 Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior. A former bank Senior Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, she is leading a movement to bring out the best in people and organizations through ethical leadership. In addition to her leadership consulting practice, she speaks and writes about the future of ethical leadership, and teaches as Adjunct Assistant Professor for the niversity of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies. Her book site is.
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Published November 12th 2013 by Leading in Context LLC; 1st edition (November 12, 2013)
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7 Lenses Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership
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158

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Maggie has written this book for all of us who seek to make a positive difference in lives, organisations, communities, and the world.One of the thin that we have lacked is a cleare, unambiguous and practical framework for agreeing on what is right, so that we can apply common principles and standards to our leadership adventure, contextualised appropriately to geography, industry and interest.

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