Table of contents for Meeting the ethical challenges of leadership : casting light or shadow / Craig E. Johnson.

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 Part I The Shadow Side of Leadership
 Introduction
 Fallen Heroes
 Defining Terms
 1. The Leader?s Light or Shadow
 What?s Ahead
 The Leader?s Shadows
 The Shadow of Power
 Self-Assessment:
 Brutal Boss Questionnaire
 The Shadow of Privilege
 The Shadow of Deceit
 Case Study: Keeping it to Themselves: Personal Injury Lawyers and Firestone Tires
 The Shadow of Inconsistency
 The Shadow of Misplaced and Broken Loyalties
 The Shadow of Irresponsibility
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Casting Shadows at Enron
 Chapter End Case: The Patriot Act: Abuse of Power?
 Notes
 2. Shadow Casters
 What?s Ahead
 Shadow Casters
 The Monsters Within
 Faulty Decision Making
 Contextual Pressures
 Inactive or Overactive Moral Imagination
 Ethical Deficiencies
 Case Study: The Multiplied Missing Children
 Stepping Out of the Shadows: Expanding Our Ethical Capacity
 Self-Assessment: Ethical Self-Awareness Instrument
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Betting on Terrorism
 Chapter End Case: The Ethical Saga of Saloman, Inc.
 Notes
 Part II Looking Inward
 3. The Leader?s Character
 What?s Ahead
 Elements of Character
 Character Building
 Components of Moral Action
 Finding Role Models
 Case Study: The Hero as Optimist: Explorer Ernest Shackleton
 Hardship
 Telling and Living Collective Stories
 Habits
 Mission Statements
 Values
 Self-Assessment: Instrumental and Terminal Values
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: ?Chainsaw? Al Dunlap and ?Mensch? Aaron Feuerstein
 Chapter End Case: Merck Does the Right Thing
 Notes
 4. Combating Evil
 What?s Ahead
 The Faces of Evil
 Making a Case for Forgiveness
 Breaking the Cycle of Evil
 Case Study: To Forgive or Not to Forgive?
 The Forgiveness Process
 Spiritual Resources
 Spirituality and Leadership
 Spiritual Development
 Self-Assessment: Finding Yourself by Losing Yourself
 Spiritual Disciplines
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Justifying Terror
 Chapter End Case: Covering Up Evil
 Notes
 Part III Ethical Standards and Strategies
 5. General Ethical Perspectives
 What?s Ahead
 Utilitarianism: Do the Greatest Good for the Greatest Number
 Kant?s Categorical Imperative: Do What?s Right No Matter What the Cost
 Fairness as Justice: Guaranteeing Equal Rights and Opportunities Behind the Veil of Ignorance
 Communitarianism: Shoulder Your Responsibilities/Seek the Common Good
 Self-Assessment: Community Involvement Scale
 Altruism: Love Your Neighbor
 Ethical Pluralism
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: The Parable of the Sadhu	
 Chapter End Case: Curing One Patient at a Time
 Notes
 6. Normative Leadership Theories
 What?s Ahead
 Transformational Leadership:
 Self-Assessment: Perceived Leader Integrity Scale
 Rost?s Postindustrial Model
 Taoism
 Servant Leadership
 Case Study: Servant Leadership Behind Bars
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Transforming Clear Lake College
 Chapter End Case: Betraying the Small Investor
 Notes
 7. Ethical Decision-Making Formats
 What?s Ahead
 Pick a Format, Any format
 Kidder?s Ethical Checkpoints
 Case Study: The Board Chairman?s Question
 Rush?s Twelve questions
 The SAD Formula
 Self-Assessment: The Gift
 Cooper?s Active Process Model
 The Case Study Method
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Ethical Scenarios for Analysis
 Notes
 Part IV Shaping Ethical Contexts
 8. Building an Effective, Ethical Small Group
 What?s Ahead
 The Leader and the Small Group
 Resisting Groupthink
 Case Study: The Ten Commandments Go to Court
 Avoiding False Agreement
 Enlightening Communication
 Seeking Dialogue
 Comprehensive/Critical Listening
 Defensive vs. Supportive Communication
 Productive Conflict
 Engaging in Effective Argument
 Self-Assessment:
Argumentativeness Scale
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Death Row Organ Transplants
 Chapter End Case: Groupthink and Faulty Reasoning: NASA?s Recipe for Disaster
 Notes
 9. Creating an Ethical Organizational Climate
 What?s Ahead
 Organizational Light or Shadow
 Ethical Climates
 Ethical Orientations
 Signs of Healthy Ethical Climates
 Integrity
 Process Focus (Concern for Means and Ends)
 Structural Reinforcement
 Discovering Core Values
 Core Ideology
 Self-Assessment: Mars Group Technique
 Values Adoption Process (VAP)
 Codes of Ethics
 Case Study: Cutting Corners at the University
 Continuous Ethical Improvement
 The Need for Ongoing Ethical Learning
 Enhancing Organizational Ethical Learning
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Chapter End Case: Agenda for Change at the Air Force Academy
 Chapter End Case: The Fall of Arthur Andersen
Notes
 10. Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Cultural Diversity
 What?s Ahead
 The Dark Side of Globalization
 The Global Shadow of Power
 The Global Shadow of Privilege
 Case Study: Rich Nations, Poor Nations: The Ethics of Farm Subsidies
 The Global Shadow of Deceit
 The Global Shadow of Inconsistency
 The Global Shadow of Misplaced and Broken Loyalties
 The Global Shadow of Irresponsibility
 Leadership and Ethical Diversity
 Overcoming Ethnocentrism and Prejudice
 Cultural Differences and Ethical Values
 Defining Culture
 Cultural Values Orientations
 Programmed Values Patterns
 Seven Cultures of Capitalism
 Self-Assessment: A Driving Dilemma
 Cultural-Ethical Synergy
 Standing on Common Moral Ground
 A Global Ethic
 Eight Global Values
 The Peace Ethic
 International Rights
 The Caux Principles
 Implications and Applications
 For Further Exploration, Challenge and Self-Assessment
 Case Study: Sexual Intimidation at Mitsubishi
 Case Study: Ethical Diversity Scenarios
 Notes
 Epilogue
 Index
 About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Leadership -- Moral and ethical aspects.