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"16 Trends Shaping the Future of Ethical Leadership"

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This infographic was first shared on Top 100 Thought Leader Linda Fisher Thornton's Blog at LeadinginContext.com/Blog. It has become a reader favorite. Intensively positive and hopeful, this visual describes the positive trends in ethical leadership.

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  • Many thanks, Scott. Your kind words are much appreciated. I believe that there is a lot about ethics that is positive and it's time we talked about what we want instead of the 'what not to do' people so often focus on. This point you made is so well said - 'Ethical behavior(s) themselves are trends which, over the long term, can only be fully appreciated in hindsight, practiced in the present, and bode hope for the future of leadership.'
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  • Linda: I have come back to this list several times since first reading it because your individual points re leadership ethics trigger so much productive thought and rich discussion.

    Nonetheless, my hope is that your continuing efforts inspire much more than that. Productive individual and corporate ACTION by leaders and followers is what we all seek.

    Great work! Perserveraté in Pugna.
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  • Linda: Ah yes, trends versus 'trendy.'

    These are, of course, great reminders of behavioral shifts to advocate. In context, my contribution is that these behaviors are what has always shaped, always defined broad-based ethical leadership in terms of the focus on benefit to others versus benefit to self over the long term.

    The only downside to labeling these behaviors as 'trends' is that so much of what some people seek is the trending of panacea itself as 'trendy'; acting as though one were ethical versus the holistic 'being' or 'becoming' ethical.

    Ethical leadership has always been and will always be messy. Some ethical decisions are clear and easily made; others are not. The best practitioners will stumble and sometimes fail. Sound ethics is not a guarantee of pain avoidance or failure avoidance and some practitioners will default to their narrower behaviors when ethics does not provide clairvoyance of insight or wholly satisfying outcomes.

    These are long-term, evolving individual and organizational behaviors which must be practiced and lived to be effectively transformative. These days, 'long-term' is itself a difficult contextual ethic to market.

    Ethical behavior(s) themselves are trends which, over the long term, can only be fully appreciated in hindsight, practiced in the present, and bode hope for the future of leadership.

    Thanks for your persistently positive and hopeful perspectives. Keep up the great work!
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"16 Trends Shaping the Future of Ethical Leadership"

  1. 1. 16 Trends Shaping the Future of Ethical Leadership From To 1 Negative Focus Positive Focus 2 Obligation Opportunity 3 Reactivity Proactivity 4 Charisma-Based Power Values-Based Power 5 Focus on Penalties Focus on Possibilities 6 Compliance With Laws Honoring Human Rights 7 Making as Much Money as We Can Leaving Things Better Than We Found Them 8 “Responsibility Beyond Ourselves” Defined Narrowly “Responsibility Beyond Ourselves” Defined Broadly 9 Self-Centered Self-Actualized 10 Oversimplified Decision-Making Facing Complexity & Grey Areas 11 Honoring Self-Interest Honoring Interests of Self, Others & Society 12 Meeting Minimum Standards Seeking Optimal Levels 13 Shifting Blame Taking Responsibility 14 Rhetoric About Inclusion Respect For Others and Differences 15 Seeking Only Higher Profits Seeking to Improve Lives & Communities 16 Feeling Powerless to Change Things Powerful Responsibility Movement © 2013 Leading in Context LLC LeadinginContext®.com

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