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Lecture 16

MGT 304 Lecture 16: Moral Approaches to Leadership
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Management
Course Code
MGT 304
Professor
Linda Neider

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Moral Approaches to Leadership
Ethical Leadership
o Moral sensitivity involves recognizing that our behavior impacts others
o Moral judgment involves determining the right decision
o Moral motivation is having the need to do the right thing
o Moral action means doing something ethical
Servant and Authentic Leadership
o Servant-leaders facilitate team confidence, affirming the strengths and potential
of the team and providing developmental support
o Authentic leaders know themselves and behave in a way that is consistent with
what is intuitively right
Four dimensions: self-awareness, relational transparency, internalized
moral perspective, balanced processing
Leadership Implications
Morality and ethics in organizational behavior and leadership are imperative
You as managers will need to not only act ethically, but encourage your followers to do
so
Leaders need to stay flexible and adapt to both followers and the situation they are in
Leadership represents a full range of behaviors and this is perhaps best represented by
the full-range leadership model
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Moral Approaches to Leadership Ethical Leadership o Moral sensitivity involves recognizing that our behavior impacts others o Moral judgment involves determining the right decision o Moral motivation is having the need to do the right thing o Moral action means doing something ethical Servant and Authentic Leadership o Servant-leaders facilitate team confidence, affirming the strengths and potential of the team and providing developmental support o Authentic leaders know themselves and behave in a way that is consistent with
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