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ETH-2200 Leading the Way: A Path Towards Ethical Leadership

Whenever a new corporate scandal emerges, society asks, how could this happen? How could there have been such a failure in leadership? At the turn of the 21st century, scandal after scandal came to light and in reaction, ethical leadership as a contemporary field of study began to take shape. The formative research studies argued that, not only was ethical leadership a moral imperative, it stood to make managers more effective, employees more productive, and organizations more successful. This course traces the path toward ethical leadership, examining how thoughts on leadership have changed over time and how they have been inspired by philosophical ethical theories. Exploration of how ethics can be applied to professional and personal endeavors sheds light on why ethical leadership matters in everyday life.

Study Methods:

Online Courses (ETH-2200-OL):
Feb 2024,  Mar 2024,  Apr 2024,  May 2024,  Jun 2024

Credits: 3

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