Document Type

Article

Keywords

character, leadership, character-based leadership, ethical issues, character and values, character and personality, character and well-being

Disciplines

Business Law, Public Responsibility, and Ethics

Abstract

Conclusion:

In presenting our overview of character, we set out to challenge the increasingly prevalent (and narrow) self-interest perspectives of character considered as merely freefloating values and cults of personality. One can almost hear Theodore Roosevelt’s eloquent call for a renewal of more traditional views of character. Our take-away point is simple. As with the impending financial debacle, we find ourselves in a similar moral dilemma. The time is now to carefully consider the many benefits of character and character-based leadership

Article Number

1001

Publication Date

Winter 1-2013

Comments

DOI: http://0-dx.doi.org.library.simmons.edu/10.1016/j.orgdyn.2012.12.004; Organizational Dynamics (2013) 42, 25—34; "Provided for non-commercial research and education use. Not for reproduction, distribution, or commercial use"

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