Easter week is just around the corner as I write this post. At the heart of Easter is the message of the gospel. In this brief post, I’d like to make some connections between the core message of Easter and leadership practice.
Ethics matter for those working in at diverse organizational levels. But ethics especially matter for leaders.
We want to know that what our leaders say is true. We want to see that the actions of our leaders are consistent with what they say as leaders.
General Ethical Approaches
Though certainly an oversimplification of ethical theory, we can argue that there are three primary approaches to ethics:
- Virtue Ethics
- Duty Ethics
- Utilitarian Ethics
Here is a brief overview of these approaches drawn from an article I wrote with a colleague:
|Virtue Ethics||Duty Ethics||Utilitarian Ethics|
|Key operational question||Who ought I to…|
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