Research into the topic of leadership ethics has grown and evolved gradually over the past few decades. This timely set arrives at an important moment in the subject's history. In a relatively new field, such a collection offers scholars more than articles on a topic; it also serves to outline the parameters of the field. Carefully structured over three volumes, the material runs through an understanding of the key philosophic and practical questions in leadership ethics along with a wide range of literature - from disciplines including philosophy, business and political science, to name a few- that speaks to these questions.
Volume One: Theoretical Aspects of Leadership Ethics
Volume Two: Behavioral and Psychological Aspects of Leadership Ethics
Volume Three: Leadership Ethics, Contexts and Narratives
VOLUME ONE: THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP ETHICS What Is Leadership? - Joanne Ciulla PART ONE: FOUNDATIONAL QUESTIONS ABOUT ETHICS AND THE MEANING OF LEADERSHIP Leadership Ethics - Joanne Ciulla Mapping the Territory The Romance of Leadership - James Meindl, Sanford Ehrlich and Janet Dukerich What, After All, Is Leadership? 'Leadership' and Plural Action - Eva Kort Justice and the Leader - Plato PART TWO: NORMATIVE MODELS OF LEADERSHIP Selections from Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness - Robert Greenleaf The Structure of Moral Leadership - James MacGregor Burns Ethical Leadership - Michael Brown, Linda Trevino and David Harrison A Social Learning Perspective for Construct Development and Testing Authentic Leadership - William Gardner et al A Review of the Literature and Research Agenda Responsible Leadership - Thomas Maak and Niccola Pless Pathways to the Future PART THREE: ETHICS AND EFFECTIVENESS AND THE PROBLEM OF DIRTY HANDS Ethics and Effectiveness - Joanne Ciulla The Nature of Good Leadership The Moral Aspect of Leadership - John Gardner Selections from The Prince - Niccolo Machiavelli Political Action - Michael Walzer The Problem of Dirty Hands PART FOUR: ETHICAL FAILURE AND THE USE AND ABUSE OF POWER The First Sermon and The Synopsis of Truth - Buddha The Bathsheba Syndrome - Dean Ludwig and Clinton Longenecker The Ethical Failure of Successful Leaders Abuse, Privilege and the Conditions of Responsibility for Leaders - Terry Price Leadership and the Problem of Bogus Empowerment - Joanne Ciulla Book III, Chapter 4 and Book V, Chapter 9 of Politics - Aristotle PART FIVE: SELF-INTEREST AND ALTRUISM IN LEADERSHIP Why Rulers Rule - Arnold Ludwig Of the Natural Condition of Mankind - Thomas Hobbes Ethical Dimensions in Leadership Motivation - Rabindra Nath Kanungo and Manuel Mendonca The Reverent Leader - Paul Woodruff PART SIX: THE ROLE OF TRUST, CARE, VIRTUE AND DUTY The Instruction of Ptah-Hotep and the Instruction of Ke'Gemni - Ptah-Hotep The Oldest Books in the World Being There - Joanne Ciulla Why Leaders Should Not 'Fiddle' While Rome Burns The Moral Capital of Leaders - Alejo Jose Sison A Kantian Theory of Leadership - Norman Bowie VOLUME TWO: BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP ETHICS Introduction to Volume Two - Mary Uhl-Bien PART ONE: ETHICS AND THE LEADER ROLE The Basis of Authority - Mary Parker Follett The Pure Types of Legitimate Authority - Max Weber Performances - Erving Goffman Taylor, Schmidt and Scientific Management - Frederick Taylor Kant's Advice for Leaders - Terry Price 'No, You Aren't Special' Managing Toxic Leaders - Marco Tavanti Dysfunctional Patterns in Organizational Leadership and How to Deal with Them Narcissism and Leadership - Manfred Kets de Vries and Danny Miller An Object-Relations Perspective PART TWO: RELATIONSHIPS The Reciprocal Nature of Influence between Leader and Subordinate - Charles Greene The Bases of Social Power - John French and Bertram Raven The Ethics of Charismatic Leadership - Jane Howell and Bruce Avolio Submission or Liberation? Ethical Challenges in the Leader-Follower Relationship - Edwin Hollander PART THREE: FOLLOWERSHIP Some Conditions of Obedience and Disobedience to Authority - Stanley Milgram Within Ourselves - Jean Lipman-Blumen Psychological Needs That Make Us Seek Leaders Being Ethical When the Boss Is Not - Mary Uhl-Bien and Melissa Carsten Why Leaders Not Always Disapprove of Unethical Follower Behavior - Niek Hoogervorst, David De Cremer and Marius van Dijke It Depends on Leader's Self-Interest and Accountability Leadership, Followership and Evolution - Mark Van Vugt, Robert Hogan and Robert Kaiser Some Lessons from the Past PART FOUR: PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT Moral Stags and Moralization - Lawrence Kohlberg The Cognitive-Developmental Approach In a Different Voice - Carol Gilligan Women's Conceptions of Self and of Morality A Neo-Kohlbergian Approach - James Rest et al The DIT and Schema Theory Ethical Breakdowns - Max Bazerman and Ann Tenbrunsel Moral Disengagement in the Perpetration of Inhumanities - Albert Bandura Is Management Theory too 'Self-ish?' - Robert Folger and Rommel Salvador VOLUME THREE: LEADERSHIP ETHICS, CONTEXTS AND NARRATIVES Introduction - Patricia Werhane PART ONE: LEADERSHIP ETHICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GENDER, ETHNICITY AND RACE Women Leaders in a Globalized World - Patricia Werhane Women and the Labyrinth of Leadership - Alice Eagly and Linda Carli Weaving Color Lines - Sonia Ospina and Celina Su Race, Ethnicity and the Work of Leadership in Social Change Organizations Of the Meaning of Progress - William Edward Burhardt Du Bois PART TWO: THE ETHICS OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN GROUPS Groupthink - Irving Janis Group Think - Hempell Anthony An Introduction to Janis' Theory of Concurrence-Seeking Tendencies in Group Work Eichmann in Jerusalem - Hannah Arendt Satyagraha - Mahatma Gandhi Bystander Intervention in Emergencies - John Darley and Bibb Latane Diffusion of Responsibility Followers' Judgment of Leader Integrity as Situated Social Cognition - Tony Kong PART THREE: THE ETHICS OF LEADERS AND FOLLOWERS IN SYSTEMS Ethics in Network Organizations - Robert Phillips Complexity Leadership Theory - Mary Uhl-Bien, Russ Marion and Bill McKelvey Shifting Leadership from the Industrial Age to the Knowledge Era Systemic Leadership - Jane Collier and Rafael Esteban Ethical and Effective The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas - Ursula Le Guin Shooting an Elephant - George Orwell PART FOUR: LEADERSHIP ETHICS AND CULTURE Bridging Leadership and Culture - Dong Jung, Bernard Bass and John Sosik A Theoretical Consideration of Transformational Leadership and Collectivistic Cultures The Paradigm of Ethical Development for Civilized Leadership in Africa - Abiodun Salawu The Socrates of Africa and His Student - Max du Preez A Case Study of Pre-Colonial African Leadership Leadership and Local Structures in the Amazon Region - Ruth Capriles Servant Leadership in the Bedouin-Arab Culture - Yasin Khalaf Sarayrah The Races at Tsikuvi - Courlander Harold Why the Payupki People Departed