倫理的リーダーシップ読本<br>Ethical Leadership : A Primer

倫理的リーダーシップ読本
Ethical Leadership : A Primer

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781788110372
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The world cries out for ethical leaders. We expect the best, but we are often left profoundly disappointed. While leadership programs may feature ethics as part of their curriculum, the approach is often either simplistic or overly esoteric. This book addresses this scarcity of resources for training ethical leaders by providing a primer of several ethical frameworks accompanied by extended examples to help inform decision-making. The text also presents a number of leadership models that claim an ethical component. By providing a consistent case analysis based on the Five Components of Leadership Model, readers benefit from a uniform approach to evaluating ethical leadership.By using the Five Components of Leadership Model as a consistent point of reference, McManus, Ward, and Perry offer readers a variety of insights on ethical leadership. Conclusions include the importance of drawing from multiple ethical and leadership perspectives, moving away from exclusively leader-centric approaches to ethical leadership, the importance of asking questions to maximize self-awareness, and considering multiple points of view whenever addressing an ethical conundrum. To connect `ethical thinking' and `ethical doing,' the text uses classroom-friendly framing questions, timelines, visual models, summary tables, case studies, discussion questions, and recommended resources for additional study. After reading the book, students will benefit from a foundational understanding of theories and models of both ethics and leadership, as well as a concrete view of what these theories and models look like in practice. Professors will benefit by having all these resources in one text, viewed through the lens of the Five Components of Leadership Model. Striving to be both comprehensive and approachable, this book is an excellent resource for upper-level students studying leadership, especially those who are new to philosophy or ethics. It is inclusive enough to serve as a primary text or as a supplement for a well-rounded ethics or leadership course.

Table of Contents

List of contributors                       xii
Foreword xviii
Gama Perruci
Acknowledgments xxi
SECTION I
1 Introduction 3 (11)
What is leadership? 3 (2)
The five components of leadership 5 (2)
The nuances of `ethical leadership' 7 (1)
Explaining our structure 8 (3)
The problem of pronouns 11 (1)
NB: Not the last word 12 (2)
2 Kantianism 14 (22)
J. Michael Cervantez
History 15 (1)
Major concepts of Kantian ethics 15 (4)
Critiques of Kantian ethics 19 (2)
Five component analysis 21 (6)
Case study: Kantian ethics applied to 27 (5)
Apple Inc.
Summary and concluding remarks 32 (4)
3 Utilitarianism 36 (21)
Robert M. McManus
Alexandra K. Perry
History 37 (3)
Major concepts of utilitarian ethics 40 (3)
Critiques of utilitarian ethics 43 (2)
Five component analysis 45 (4)
Case study: The anti-vaccine movement and 49 (5)
public health
Summary and concluding remarks 54 (3)
4 Virtue ethics 57 (27)
Matthew Sowcik
History 59 (2)
Major concepts of virtue ethics 61 (1)
The virtue of humility 62 (4)
Critiques of virtue ethics 66 (2)
Critiques of the virtue of humility 68 (1)
Five component analysis 69 (4)
Case study: A tale of two cyclists 73 (5)
Summary and concluding remarks 78 (6)
5 Ethical egoism 84 (20)
Gavin G. Enck
Beth A. Pauchnik
Alexandra K. Perry
History 86 (1)
Major concepts of ethical egoism 87 (1)
Critiques of ethical egoism 88 (3)
Five component analysis 91 (5)
Case study: International hostilities 96 (5)
over petroleum
Summary and concluding remarks 101 (3)
6 Universal ethics 104 (24)
Stephanie Raible
History 105 (5)
Major concepts of universal ethics 110 (2)
Critiques of universal ethics 112 (1)
Five component analysis 113 (3)
Case study: Universal ethics applied to 116 (7)
the public wearing of religious attire in
France
Summary and concluding remarks 123 (5)
7 Cultural relativism 128 (16)
Stephanie Varnon-Hughes
Stanley J. Ward
Alexandra K. Perry
History 130 (1)
Major concepts of cultural relativism 131 (3)
Critiques of relativism 134 (1)
Five component analysis 135 (3)
Case study: The use of ultrasound 138 (4)
technology in India for sex-selective
abortions
Summary and concluding remarks 142 (2)
8 Divine command theory
James N. Thomas 144 (2)
History 146 (2)
Major concepts of divine command theory 148 (2)
Critiques of divine command theory 150 (3)
Five component analysis 153 (4)
Case study: A Christian response to the 157 (6)
Syrian refugee crisis
Summary and concluding remarks 163 (3)
9 Social contract theory 166 (25)
Lavina Sequeira
History and major concepts of social 167 (6)
contract theory
Critiques of social contract theory 173 (2)
Five component analysis 175 (3)
Case study: Social contract theory 178 (9)
applied to immigrants in the United States
Summary and concluding remarks 187 (4)
10 Justice as fairness 191 (23)
Alexandra K. Perry
History 192 (3)
Major concepts of Rawls' theory of 195 (4)
justice as fairness
Critiques of the Rawlsian model 199 (2)
Five component analysis 201 (4)
Case study: Mental health reform 205 (6)
Summary and concluding remarks 211 (3)
11 The common good 214 (27)
Robert M. McManus
History 215 (4)
Major concepts of the ethic of the common 219 (3)
good
Critiques of the common good 222 (2)
Five component analysis 224 (3)
Case study: The Paris Agreement and the 227 (6)
common good
Summary and concluding remarks 233 (8)
SECTION II
12 Authentic leadership 241 (25)
Phyllis Huckabee Sarkaria
History 242 (2)
Major concepts of authentic leadership 244 (4)
Critiques of authentic leadership 248 (1)
Ethical implications of authentic 249 (2)
leadership
Five component analysis 251 (3)
Case study: Steve Jobs and authentic 254 (6)
leadership
Summary and concluding remarks 260 (6)
13 Servant leadership 266 (26)
Maribeth Saleem-Tanner
History 267 (3)
Major concepts of servant leadership 270 (4)
Critiques of servant leadership 274 (4)
Five component analysis and ethical 278 (3)
implications of servant leadership
Case study: Leymah Gbowee and the 281 (7)
Liberian women's peace movement
Summary and concluding remarks 288 (4)
14 Followership 292 (24)
Stanley J. Ward
History 293 (2)
Major concepts of followership 295 (6)
Critiques of followership 301 (2)
Ethical implications of followership 303 (1)
Five component analysis 303 (4)
Case study: Followership and Wells Fargo 307 (5)
bank
Summary and concluding remarks 312 (4)
15 Transformational leadership 316 (30)
Benjamin P. Dean
History 318 (1)
Major concepts of transformational 319 (8)
leadership
Critiques of transformational leadership 327 (2)
Ethical implications of transformational 329 (4)
leadership
Five component analysis 333 (3)
Case study: Transformational leadership 336 (5)
of Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks
Corporation
Summary and concluding remarks 341 (5)
16 Adaptive leadership 346 (27)
Stephen C. Trainor
History 347 (2)
Major concepts of adaptive leadership 349 (6)
Critiques of adaptive leadership 355 (2)
Ethical implications of adaptive 357 (3)
leadership
Five component analysis 360 (2)
Case study: Nelson Mandela's use of 362 (5)
adaptive leadership -- the emergence of
democracy in South Africa
Summary and concluding remarks 367 (6)
17 Conclusion 373 (10)
Review 373 (1)
Now for some observations 374 (5)
Action steps for ethical leadership 379 (1)
Summary and concluding remarks 380 (3)
Index 383