AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractWhether or not ethics is explicitly covered in leadership learning and development activity, every intervention has the potential to reinforce or disrupt ethical values, standards and behaviours. How it is organised, how it is delivered, what it covers, what it excludes, and who is involved, all contribute to the learning of being an ethical leader. This chapter considers subtle but key considerations in designing leadership learning and development towards ethics. It also highlights cutting-edge research and practice of how to re-orient the content, delivery, assessment, and evaluation, towards infusing greater connectedness and collectiveness in leadership learning and development.
CitationWall, T. (2018) Infusing ethics into Leadership Learning & Development, in Knights, J., Grant, D., and Young, G. (Eds), Leading Beyond the Ego: How to become a transpersonal leader. Routledge, London.
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