An example of a true leader

An example of a true leader - As the position of a manager...

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As the position of a manager and an employee that is involved in multinational business there are times where they could be in situations were they may face something that may test their ethical standards and beliefs. A manager in a multinational business may come across situations that will put them into ethical dilemmas. There is a fine line, when it comes to “ethical behaviors and the other concerns of corporations”. (Crabbé, 2009 pg. 368) There is also a fine line between the expectations of ethical behaviors between different countries. There are some leaders that feel that they have some obligation to treat there employees morally right. Sometimes it may not be in there personal interest to do so. This may happen when the employee has been loyal to the leader and the business. This is because the results maybe of longer-tern economic benefits. “A major factor must be that there are noneconomic benefits the manager receives, such as not having a guilty conscienceloss of self-esteem”. (Dufwenberg, 2000) Ethical issues are a major concern in any organization, because that influences how it operates and society is concerned about the ethics of organizations. Leaders should
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course OMM 640 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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