Ethical Leadership

Ethical Leadership - Introductions: Alex Plinio, Co-Founder...

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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 2 Introductions: Alex Plinio, Co-Founder Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School Institute for Ethical Leadership, Rutgers Business School
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 3 About the Institute for Ethical Leadership Rutgers Business School 2009 Annual Report
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 4 Finances Profitability Revenue Cash Flow Future Projections Strategic Plans Products, Services Technology Marketing Current, Future Environment Etc… Normal Due Diligence
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 7 Personal Values and Organization Values What are they? Why are they important? How are they developed?
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 8 Personal Values What are your personal values? These should be principles, ways of behavior, or basic tenets you would find exceptionally difficult to live without.
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Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership 9 When identifying core values wrestle with these questions… What core values do you bring to work, school, volunteerism? What would you say if you were asked to describe to children the core values that you stand for in your work, school, volunteerism, values that you hope they would stand for when they become working adults? If you awoke tomorrow morning with enough money to retire for the rest of your life, would you continue to live according to these core values? Can you envision these core values being equally valid for you 50 years from now as
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