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16 Trends Shaping the Future of Ethical Leadership

Within the lens of your day-to-day leadership, do you agree with these trends? And, how do they affect your world? Please share your comments –

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theotherbottomline
December 13, 2013 at 8:40 pm

I think what often happens is we look at these good qualities and with good intentions we walk away from everything in the past (throw the baby out with the bath water) and completely embrace new ideals. The pendulum swings fully to the other side. For example, I agree it’s good to be proactive but there will always be times where you have to be reactive. Sometimes we take a good organization with vision and we bring in ‘experts’ to bring it to the next level. Often the next level means procedural changes and reams of red tape and we lose the passion, the vision, the charismatic leader who drew so many in the first place. There’s got to be balance, don’t you think?

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Lee Ellis
December 17, 2013 at 9:45 am

Good comments, and I like that Linda labels them as trends. Some may gain traction, while others may not be adopted on a long-term basis. But on the whole, there are some time-tested principles that are proven successful methods for being an ethical leader; the others come with trial and error based on specific scenarios. This type of dialogue also helps clarify the best tips and trends on the topic. (WP Admin)

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