Moral leadership

18 de Jun de 2021

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Moral leadership

  2. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Professional ethics are set of rules ,regulations and a code of conduct that governs how a professional deals with each other and others outside of the profession. It will be different from moral code and legal code.
  3. MORAL LEADER Moral leader -is someone who leads to serve. He or she could be someone who leads through persuasion, motivation, self-awareness, and the most important of all: serving people They take action by choosing the moral and the most ethical decision to solve an issue They have higher level of integrity and these leaders prioritize other people's need. They can't afford to make the false decision
  4. WHAT IS MORAL LEADERSHIP It will provide a values or meaning for people to live by, inspiration to act and motivation to hold oneself accountable. When you don’t see someone stepping up to provide purpose and doing what is best for the greater good, step up.
  5. COMPARING UNETHICAL VERSUS ETHICAL LEADERSHIP The Unethical Leader • Is arrogant and self-serving • Excessively promotes self- interest • Practices deception • Breaches agreements • Deals unfairly • Shifts blame to others • Diminishes others’ dignity • Neglects follower development • With holds help and support • Lacks courage to confront unjust acts The Ethical Leader • Possesses humility • Maintains concern for the greater good • Is honest and straightforward • Fulfills commitments • Strives for fairness • Takes responsibility • Shows respect for each individual • Encourages and develops others • Serves others • Shows courage to stand up for what is right
  6. OBJECTIVE OF MORAL LEADERSHIP Combine a rational approach to leadership with a concern for people and ethics. Recognize your own stage of moral development and ways to accelerate your moral maturation. Apply the principles of stewardship and servant leadership. Know and use mechanisms that enhance an ethical organizational culture. Recognize courage in others and unlock your own potential to live and act courageously.
  7. HOW TO ACT LIKE A MORAL LEADER 1. Develop, articulate, and uphold high moral principles. 2. Focus on what is right for the organization as well as all the people involved. 3. Set the example you want others to live by. 4. Be honest with yourself and others. 5. Drive out fear and eliminate undiscussables. 6. Establish and communicate ethics policies. 7. Develop a backbone – show zero tolerance for ethical violations. 8. Reward ethical conduct. 9. Treat everyone with fairness, dignity, and respect, from the lowest to the highest level of the organization. 10.Do the right thing in both your private and professional life – even when no one is looking.
  8. FOUR PILLARS OF MORAL LEADERSHIP Moral Leader are Driven By Purpose When leader pursue their purpose in ways that the bigger than themselves, it creates the space for other to share in the mission. Moral leaders see path ahead as a journey and frame it explicitly for those whom they lead.  Moral Leaders Inspire and Elevate others Those with moral authority understand what they can demand of others and what they must inspire in them. Moral leader ask people to be loyal not to them, but rather to the overall purpose and mission of the organization. Therefore, every decision is made with consideration of others' full humanity. And because they see that humanity in others, they're more inclusive and better able to and learn from those whom they lead.
  9. CONT…  Moral Leaders Are Animated By Both Courage And Patience It takes courage to, for instance, speak out for a principle or larger truth, especially when such an action has the potential to put that leader in an uncomfortable or vulnerable territory. Think patience as a way of extending trust to others by allowing them the time to be more thorough, rigorous and creative and to consider the broader, long term outcomes of any action. Moral Leader Keep Building Muscle Authentic leaders don't stop learning and growing just because they've accumulated formal authority. They continue to build moral muscle by wrestling with questions of rights and wrong, fairness and justice, what serves others and what doesn't.
  10. THREE LEVELS OF PERSONAL MORAL DEVELOPMENT 12 Level 1: Preconventional Follows rules to avoid punishment. Acts in own interest. Blind obedience to authority for its own sake. Level 2: Conventional Lives up to expectations of others. Fulfills duties and obligations of social system. Upholds laws. Level 3: Postconventional Follows internalized universal principles of justice and right. Balances concern for self with concern for others and the common good. Acts in an independent and ethical manner regardless of expectations of others.
  12. EFFECTS OF MORAL LEADERSHIP It is important to have a Moral leader in the government because moral leaders have the power to change the heart of the people.
  13. REAL TIME EXAMPLE • Nelson Mandela -example of a great moral leader and a most respected leader around the world • He is capable of reaching to the mind of the people . • He persuade people inside and outside the country. • He was able to save South Africa from civil war and he was awarded Nobel Peace prize in 1993. • He wipe out the racial discrimination in South Africa. • He struggled and became a symbol for racial equality.
  14. CONCLUSION To practice moral leadership you must be:  True concern with people Practice Stewardship Provide Equality and Justice to all Self Understanding