The dark side of leadership : identifying and overcoming unethical practice in organizations /

Contributor(s): Normore, Anthony H | editor | Brooks, Jeffrey S | 1970- | editorMaterial type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: Advances in educational administration,1479-3660 ;v. 26Publication details: 2016Description: 1 online resource (296 pages) Media type: HardDisk Carrier type: ElektronikISBN: 9781786354990 (e-book)Subject(s): Leadership | Moral and ethical aspects | Business ethics | Business & Economics | Leadership | bisacsh | Management: leadership and motivation | bicsscDDC classification: Online Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes index.<br>Includes bibliographical references.<br>Prelims -- "Irresponsible leadership" and unethical practices in schools: a conceptual framework of the "dark side" of educational leadership -- Anatomy of an organizational train wreck: a failed leadership paradigm -- A consideration of ethical leadership in ontario university governance -- Rethinking leadership in k-12: ensuring that those in positions of leadership are also positioned to lead -- Unethical decision-making of school principals and vice-principals in the arab education system in israel: the interplay between culture and ethnicity -- "strong people dont need strong leaders" -- Coming in from out of the dark -- The destructive effects of distrust: leaders as brokers of trust in organizations -- Global core leadership competencies: a response to "institutional culture" and (in)-competence in higher education -- Performance = leadership: shifting institutional research performance -- Increasing darkness: combining toxic leadership and volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (vuca) -- The seven deadly narratives of leadership -- Perpetuating inequality in education: valuing purpose over process in educational leadership -- Why leaders are not always to blame: from "free will" to responsible action -- About the authors -- Index.

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