leadership; ethics; leader identity; leadership/psychology; organization and administration; professional ethics; professionalism
Leadership is hard to define but easy to recognize and is found in every facet of life. Leaders themselves range from good to bad, the extremities of which are determined by their character, actions, perception of self, how they are perceived by others and their worldviews. An individual’s values provide the basis for ethical decisions, which makes self-awareness a critical element in the development of one’s leader identity. This article provides an overview of leader identity development and offers ways for leaders to apply ethics in their everyday lives.
Sanders, Yolonda T.
"Becoming: Shaping Leader Identity Through Ethical Behavior,"
HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine: Vol. 2:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.hcahealthcare.com/hcahealthcarejournal/vol2/iss1/5