-Final decision-Whether to intervene at the internal level (within the team itself) or the external level ȋin the teamǯs environment) Leadership Actions find more resources at oneclass.comfind more resources at oneclass.com
Exam Study Notes HROB*2010 31 -The middle section of the Hill model lists actions that can be performed internally or externally -Internal TaskLeadership Actions -Training team members -Maintaining high performance standards -Internal Relational Leadership Actions -Coaching team in communication skills -Collaborating -External Environmental Leadership Actions -Networking and forming alliances in environment How Does the Team Leadership Model Work? -The model provides leader with a cognitive map for identifying team needs and offers suggestions on how to take appropriate action on a team UNIT 10: Leadership Ethics - Regards ethical issues which arise in leadership situations - Kellogg group established working papers specifically focused on leadership ethics in 1996, this was one of the earliest writings on the subject Ethics Defined - From perspective of Western tradition, ethical theory dates back to Plato (427-347 B.C.) and Aristotle (384-322 B.C) - Ethics is concerned with the kinds of values and morals an individual or a society finds desirable or appropriate - Concerned with the virtuousness of individuals and their motives - Provides a system of rules or principles that guide us in making decisions and what is right or wrong and good or bad in a particular situation. Being a morally decent human being. Ethical Theories find more resources at oneclass.comfind more resources at oneclass.com
Exam Study Notes HROB*2010 32 - Can be thought of within two broad domains o Theories about leadersǯ conducto Theories about leadersǯ character- Applies to both the actions of the leaders and about who leaders are as people - Conduct o Divided into two ethical sections § Consequences of actions · Ethical egoism o Person should act as to create the greatest good for herself or himself o Take a job or career that he or she selfishly enjoys · Utilitarianism o We should behave so as to create the greatest good for the greatest number o Morally correct action is the action which maximizes social benefits while minimizing social costs · Altruism o Closely related to utilitarianism o Teleological approach o Suggests that actions are moral if their primary purpose is to promote the best interests of others, even if it runs contrary to their own self interests. § Duty of rules · Telling truth, keeping promises, being fair, and respecting others are all actions that are inherently good and are independent of the consequences · Focuses on the actions of the leader and their moral obligations and responsibilities to do the right thing · What are the virtues of an ethical person?
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