McGraw Hill/Open University Press, 2007 - Philosophy - 156 pages
This text explores the nature of ethical leadership in terms of that which is viewed as morally good, & that which is viewed as technically or professionally competent. Drawing on the authors' experience in teaching & researching leadership, it provides a model from which practical strategies can be derived for good & effective leadership.
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