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    The concepts that I value to be an effective leader and follower are ethical leadership and leader influence. The leader-follower relationship is complemented by modeling ethical behavior and followership. Implementing these behaviors into my daily routine will allow me to enhance my character and credibility to gain trust within my organization. Ethical leadership is critical to set the tone for my organization. I strive to model ethical behaviors that are consistent with the ethics of my organization and my personal ethics. I actively live by military rules, regulations and the codes of conduct. Despite being deliberate about being ethical, as a leader you make ethical decisions often. When faced with these challenges, it is easy to…

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    Role of Leadership in Nursing Ethics is an important component of leadership and refers to principles adopted from standards to guide leaders in their actions (Bosley, 2013). According to Bonner, Greenbaum, and Mayer (2016), leaders influence the ethical practices of their employees. Yang (2014) reported results from a study that showed employee well-being and life satisfaction was indirectly related to a leader’s ethics. Doucette (2013) stated there are six ethical principles for nurse leaders…

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    Before taking the Ethical Leadership Self-assessment, I was expecting to get more almost always answer and less almost never or occasionally. After taking the ethical leadership self-assessment, I noticed that most of my answer were occasionally. Even though I carried myself as a very ethical person, and love to take the lead sometimes, I was in shock to see that most of my answer were occasionally. However, I was not surprised because, in my current job, I am not able to lead in any way. In my…

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    mean what ethical leadership is all about? Some people agree with the statement above. Meanwhile, some people think that ethics is irrelevant in management. They think that a manager does not have to become a moral leader in order to be a successful leader. There are, therefore, people on both sides of the argument who have feelings for either for or against with the statement above. This paper will critically discuss the…

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    Functional and Ethical Responsibilities of Leadership Paul Peterson Western Connecticut State University The functional and ethical roles of a leader are a vital part of today’s business model. The ability for an individual to achieve success throughout an organization is strongly related to how well he or she can achieve these responsibilities. The quality of an individual’s work and the ethics they apply toward achieving their goals make for strong characteristics of a leader. A…

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    Leadership is not about the position you hold, or the title on your door or nameplate, leadership is about the actions you take. In a high-risk environment such as law enforcement, the most essential element is competent and confident leadership. With this competent and confident leadership comes the responsibility to lead ethically. Those who possess and demonstrate ethical leadership skills are positioned to promote the ideals of legal as well as managerial professionalism (Ortmeier, Meese,…

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    have been in the organization for many years. In another instance, the claimed value to hire or appoint staff for leadership position in “Personnel Policies” is excellence and justice that is no discrimination. The staffs that had been for many years…

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    Ethical leadership is leadership that involves leading in a manner that respects the rights and dignity of others. As leaders are by nature in a position of social power, ethical leadership focuses on how leaders use their social power in the decisions they make, actions they engage in and ways they influence others. Leaders shadow refers to the situation where the CEO or president or anyone else in a position of authority over others, through his likes, dislikes, treatment of subordinates,…

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    2008; Dirks, 2002; Lapidot, 2007), few have paid attention to the importance of trust in ethical leadership in business. An environment of trust cannot exist outside the context of ethics. Research in organisational behaviour has shown that trust is a crucial (although arguable underrecognized) aspect of ethical leadership. Similarly, research by other authors…

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    Standards of ethical leadership originate from a value-based style of leadership that impacts the beliefs of followers. It’s a concept that influences employee motivation, attitudes, and behaviors. According to Brown (2015) one way in which ethical leaders affect the self-concept and beliefs of followers is leading by example. To show an ideological stance that is based on ethical behavior serves as a vehicle that drives ethical performance within an organization. ECI conducted its National…

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