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The 7 Lenses of Ethical Leadership

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In 7 Lenses,  Linda Fisher Thornton describe a clear multidimensional framework for ethical leadership that incorporates seven different perspectives on what it means to lead ethically in a global society. This framework honors organizational complexity and guides leaders through the challenge of honoring multiple stakeholders when making decisions.

 

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, March 2, 2014 2:08 PM

7 Lenses of Ethical Responsibility


  1. Profit - How much money will this make?
  2. Law - How can we avoid punishment and penalties?
  3. Character - How can we demonstrate integrity, congruence and moral awareness?
  4. People - How can we respect and care for people?
  5. Communities - How can we serve communities?
  6. Planet - How can we honor life and ecosystems?
  7. Greater Good - How can we make the world better for future generations?
Efficienarta's curator insight, March 5, 2014 6:08 AM

Helpful list of dimensions to help put substance into consideration of ethical leadership

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10 Leadership Lessons You’ll Learn On the Job

10 Leadership Lessons You’ll Learn On the Job | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Leaders, for all their wisdom, sometimes make the mistake of looking at the big picture only to miss the smaller, yet invaluable ways that they can be better at their job. But it’s important to remember that the new hires, the temps, the contractors—employees of all kinds—all play a vital role in that big picture. -

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7 Ways To Be A More Engaging Leader 

7 Ways To Be A More Engaging Leader  | New Leadership | Scoop.it
In my early twenties I had the dubious fortune of becoming the leader of a travel agency chain’s worst- performing national store. It was a place where staff had stand-up arguments, took constant sick days, alienated clients and often quit. Twelve months later, the perpetually loss-making store was profitable and the staff had won five …

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3 Leadership Skills You Should Never Compromise

3 Leadership Skills You Should Never Compromise | New Leadership | Scoop.it
These 3 areas impact your leadership at every level. Don't take them for granted.

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15 Dos and Don'ts for Highly Engaging Leaders

15 Dos and Don'ts for Highly Engaging Leaders | New Leadership | Scoop.it
A sample size of over 25,000 leaders reveals these 15 things to do to become highly engaging.

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5 Ways to Engage Your Management Team to Lead (And Not Just Manage)

5 Ways to Engage Your Management Team to Lead (And Not Just Manage) | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Here are the five core lessons to turn your management team into leaders, not jus

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Cracking the Code to Leader Growth

Cracking the Code to Leader Growth | New Leadership | Scoop.it
New assessment research reveals surprising findings about leader skills.

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From Humble Leader to Narcissist: Where Are You on the Continuum?

From Humble Leader to Narcissist: Where Are You on the Continuum? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Typically, narcissism is historically associated with physical beauty.

You may recall that in Greek mythology, Narcissus was the handsome young man who became so enchanted with the image of himself in the pool that he could not pull away.

Today we hear about a leader who has narcissistic tendencies, but it’s not so much about their physical beauty as their strong, offensive ego.

Where do fit on the narcissistic leadership continuum? Pinpoint your spot –

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Kevin Watson's curator insight, March 18, 5:56 AM

Nice video on the narcissism spectrum. Where would youplace Hillary, Barack and Trump?

nathalie chiasson's curator insight, March 18, 8:36 AM

Nice video on the narcissism spectrum. Where would youplace Hillary, Barack and Trump?

Johan Meiring Van Zyl's curator insight, April 4, 8:48 AM

Nice video on the narcissism spectrum. Where would youplace Hillary, Barack and Trump?

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Five Levels of Transformational Leadership  

Five Levels of Transformational Leadership   | New Leadership | Scoop.it

In a business transformation, as a critical mass of leaders within the organization develops to a new stage, a tipping point is reached, enabling the system to make and sustain a leap from one level to a higher-order of the five levels of leadership and system performance: 1) Egocentric, 2) Reactive, 3) Creative, 4) Integral and 5) Unitive.

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donhornsby's curator insight, April 26, 8:53 AM
(From the article): We live in a time of great opportunity and great peril. The next 50 years will be pivotal. We could either create a new and vital global order of planetary welfare or destroy ourselves. With their global reach, business leaders play a major role in the world’s future. The evolution of ever more effective and conscious leaders is not only a business imperative as complexity escalates, but a global requirement.
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Transformational Leadership: Taught or Talent? -

Transformational Leadership: Taught or Talent? - | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Perhaps we have so closely tied worth and value as a human being with the title Leader that to say that someone does not have leadership is to dehumanize them to some degree.  But whatever we decide to call it, there will always be some people who take charge and inspire change.  And there will always be a team of people that take some responsibility in making that change happen.  Let’s start appreciating people for who they are and recognize their contributions.  Everyone has talent.  But we all don’t have to have the same talent.

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(From the article):Perhaps we have so closely tied worth and value as a human being with the title Leader that to say that someone does not have leadership is to dehumanize them to some degree. But whatever we decide to call it, there will always be some people who take charge and inspire change. And there will always be a team of people that take some responsibility in making that change happen. Let’s start appreciating people for who they are and recognize their contributions. Everyone has talent. But we all don’t have to have the same talent. - See more at: http://goodmenproject.com/business-ethics-2/transformational-leadership-taught-or-talent-mrnd/#sthash.BRFl3rQz.dpuf
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, April 22, 1:57 PM

Great discussion.  Where do you stand on the subject?

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What Makes A Good Leader?

What Makes A Good Leader? | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders have a unique talent for rallying people together and getting them passionate about working towards something amazing. This is no easy task, being a good leader is very tough. So much to do,…
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4 Stories Great Leaders Tell To Engage Their People

4 Stories Great Leaders Tell To Engage Their People | New Leadership | Scoop.it
German novelist and playwright Gustav Freytag wanted to understand how storytelling impacted the human psyche. He wondered, “What makes a story so engaging that it changes a person’s behavior?” After studying William Shakespeare’s work, Freytag designed a map of storytelling—a key that explained why the man considered ‘the greatest writer [...]

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Roy Sheneman, PhD's curator insight, January 26, 2015 12:47 PM

The best leaders are definitely story-tellers?

Matthew Farmer's curator insight, January 27, 2015 1:53 AM

Powerful stories are told with conviction and the most powerful are often told on the basis of personal experience. 


Learning to articulate your powerful personal learning experiences as stories will not only help you to reflect on your learning and therefore make it more powerful, but also help you share your learning with others and influence them to take action.  Leadership indeed!

James Hutchison's curator insight, January 28, 2015 11:01 AM

Of course you reach people by telling stories - it's how we make sense out of life - you can give the theory but you have to provide real world examples and that's why we have stories. Stories help us understand life. But if you tell a story to teach a moral I would suggest that unless you live by that story's moral lesson it doesn't matter how many stories you tell - nobody will believe you. Telling a good story is one thing but having integrity is another.

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The Challenge of Working in Teams—Dealing with Conflict

The Challenge of Working in Teams—Dealing with Conflict | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Differences are inevitable when passionate people work together. Eventually, after a team gets through an initial orientation with a new task, members usually come to the realization that working together to accomplish a common goal is tough work.

This occurs in the “dissatisfaction” stage of team development when the team recognizes the discrepancy between what is expected of them and the reality of getting it done.   

It is not a pleasant stage.

As a leader it’s important to differentiate between the different types of conflict teams experience and to have a plan for helping the team move forward.  Here are four examples of team conflict and some advice on how a leader can intervene properly from Dr. Eunice Parisi-Carew of The Ken Blanchard Companies.

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Rohn: 7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader

Rohn: 7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader | New Leadership | Scoop.it

If you want to be a leader who attracts quality people, the key is to become a person of quality yourself. Leadership is the ability to attract someone to the gifts, skills and opportunities you offer as an owner, as a manager, as a parent. Jim Rohn calls leadership the great challenge of life. 

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Most Leaders Stink at Setting Goals – Here’s Why

Most Leaders Stink at Setting Goals – Here’s Why | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Can we be real with each other for just a minute? I may be branded a leadership heretic by what I’m about to say but I’ve got to be honest. Here goes: Setting goals is hard work. It can be tedious. It can be as enjoyable as a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. I sometimes struggle with the process. And I’m not alone. Most leaders stink at setting goals.

Why? It’s pretty simple actually: We confuse tasks with goals.
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Leading Teams: How to Avoid “Groupthink”

Leading Teams: How to Avoid “Groupthink” | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Groupthink happens when people are afraid of the consequences of sharing their real thoughts, says team leadership coach Elena Aguilar. Learn the warning signs.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 29, 9:32 AM
Groupthink is a product of a lack of trust, but it is also a cultural phenomenon. Perhaps it is so ingrained in the way things are done that it is hard to shake free. Schools abound with groupthink as people focus on managing rather than leading. It will take courageous leaders and followers to step out of those shadows.
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3 Things Good Leaders Do in Bad Times

3 Things Good Leaders Do in Bad Times | New Leadership | Scoop.it
When earnings and the economy take a downturn, the best executives can still generate optimism. Here's how good leaders handle bad times.

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Patience in Business: How to Overcome Doubts Worry and Negativity

Patience in Business: How to Overcome Doubts Worry and Negativity | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Have you ran in a marathon, played a frustrating round of golf, or raised children? Well, strong leadership can sometimes be a combination of all three. Business leaders require long-lasting endurance to reach what appears to be a never ending finish line. They also need the mental resiliency, emotional intelligence, and tenacity to stay fully focused when it counts.
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The Manager's Diary – What Makes a Truly Great Business Leader?

The Manager's Diary – What Makes a Truly Great Business Leader? | New Leadership | Scoop.it

The difference between a mediocre leader and an outstanding one can be attributed to a string of common denominators frequently exhibited by successful leaders, particularly when it comes to leadership within the workplace.

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What Happens When Pride Gets in the Way of Leadership - Lolly Daskal | Leadership

What Happens When Pride Gets in the Way of Leadership - Lolly Daskal | Leadership | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Like many things in life, pride can be either a positive or a negative. It’s a great and appropriate thing to feel when you’ve worked hard to accomplish

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donhornsby's curator insight, April 27, 7:10 AM
(From the article): Lead from within. Leading with pride can be a problem when it begins to hurt both our life and our leadership. The test we must set for ourselves is not to march alone but to march in such a way that others will wish to join us. That is leadership.
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10 Principles of Organizational Culture

10 Principles of Organizational Culture | New Leadership | Scoop.it

If the answer to these last two questions is “rarely,” it wouldn’t surprise us. We don’t believe that swift, wholesale culture change is possible — or even desirable. After all, a company’s culture is its basic personality, the essence of how its people interact and work. However, it is an elusively complex entity that survives and evolves mostly through gradual shifts in leadership, strategy, and other circumstances. We find the most useful definition is also the simplest: Culture is the self-sustaining pattern of behavior that determines how things are done.

Made of instinctive, repetitive habits and emotional responses, culture can’t be copied or easily pinned down. Corporate cultures are constantly self-renewing and slowly evolving: What people feel, think, and believe is reflected and shaped by the way they go about their business. Formal efforts to change a culture (to replace it with something entirely new and different) seldom manage to get to the heart of what motivates people, what makes them tick. Strongly worded memos from on high are deleted within hours. You can plaster the walls with large banners proclaiming new values, but people will go about their days, right beneath those signs, continuing with the habits that are familiar and comfortable.

But this inherent complexity shouldn’t deter leaders from trying to use culture as a lever. If you cannot simply replace the entire machine, work on realigning some of the more useful cogs. The name of the game is making use of what you cannot change by using some of the emotional forces within your current culture differently.


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Companies can tap their natural advantage when they focus on changing a few important behaviors, enlist informal leaders, and harness the power of employees’ emotions.

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How to stop meddling in your business  

How to stop meddling in your business   | New Leadership | Scoop.it

Kate Mercer explains why bosses should stop meddling and get on with the job of leading the business. 

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12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future | New Leadership | Scoop.it
The rate of change in the business world today is greater than our ability to respond. In a world that is often describe…

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, April 25, 7:47 AM

Good visual summary of developing leaders for the new world. "The rate of change in the business world today is greater than our ability to respond. In a world that is often describe…"

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The mission: creativity in the boardroom
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Nice infographics ;-)
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Want to Be a Successful Leader? Research Says Practice These 6 Things Daily

Want to Be a Successful Leader? Research Says Practice These 6 Things Daily | New Leadership | Scoop.it
Bosses and HR Execs are now catching on to the critical link between great leadership and healthy work cultures. And research says it all comes down to six servant-leadership behaviors.

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Leadership and Change: Build These Three Muscles

Leadership and Change: Build These Three Muscles | New Leadership | Scoop.it
There is no real leadership without change. If you are simply “sustaining” what already exists, you are not a leader because real leadership is about change – moving people, processes, outcomes and culture to a better place. In an organizational context, there is no change without some leadership. Without any leadership, things still change but […]
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Ian Berry's curator insight, April 21, 4:00 AM
Great graphic. Get these fundamentals right for me and you'll thrive on the challenges of change.