As we know, a successful ethical leadership acts in full harmony with all followers where close coordination and
cooperation exists throughout project's life-cycle. Ethical leadership maintain required motivation, support and assistance to the team members. In addition, it secures the two-way interaction between the leader and his workgroup. This will establish a culture of understanding, honesty and trust.
By focusing on "trust". Trust is not just a term as we used to think of. It comes from a deep sociological embedded norms that rules the relationship between people irrespective of their positions and power (Banerjee et al., 2006).
In addition, Mayer, Davis, and Schoorman (1995) characterized trust in three dimensions; Integrity, ability and benevolence. This clearly shows that trust is a crucial type of ethics that controls and tunes the relation between people in which it focuses on reliability and dependence on all stakeholders and actors (McAllister, 1995).
Based on the above and the studies throughout this module, who should take the fist approach towards creating a trusty environment, the leader or the followersjQuery22406110296288570216_1569920751104 (with citations and references, please, so I can extend the research)
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