|Item type||Library||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Status||Date Due|
|Book, 21 Days||Main Library||Professional Development Collection||BOOKS - Print books.||LB 1779 .E738 2007 (Browse Shelf)||Available|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part I: Foundations of ethical leadership. Virtue theory and leadership theory : cross-cultural models for administrators and faculty / Richard B. Benner, Sr. -- Plato's Republic and the ethical leader / Gordy Wax -- Considerations of power, influence, and cultural norms for the ethical community college leader / David M. Hellmich -- Ethical leadership : the role of the president / Desna L. Wallin -- Why presidents and trustees should care about ethics / Gary W. Davis -- Professional ethical identity development and community college leadership / Sharon K. Anderson, Clifford P. Harbour, Timothy Gray Davies -- Part II: Daily practice of ethical leadership. Ethical leadership : a faculty obligation / Beth Richardson-Mitchell -- The interface of ethics and courage in the life of a chief academic officer / Linda Lucas -- Threats to ethical leadership : the hubris of absolutism, the politics of affinity-based decision-making, and the development of unethical followers / David E. Hardy -- Leading from the head and the heart / Susan K. Chappell -- Transformational leadership and ethical dilemmas in community colleges / Sherry Stout-Stewart -- Presidential support for civic engagement and leadership education / Louis S. Albert -- A guide to ethical decision-making by presidents and boards / Gary W. Davis -- The consequences of compromised ethical identity development in community college leadership / Clifford P. Harbour, Sharon K. Anderson, Timothy Gray Davies.
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