Savur, Sunil.

Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making. - 1 online resource (174 pages) - eBooks on Demand Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations ; v.17 . - Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations .

Front Cover -- Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making: Why Does It Matter? -- References -- Mindfulness, Reperceiving, and Ethical Decision Making: A Neurological Perspective -- Introduction -- Mindfulness and Decision Making -- The Concept of Mindfulness -- Mindfulness and Decision Making -- Mindfulness, Reperceiving, and Human Functioning -- Cognition -- Emotion -- Important Brain Areas for Ethical Decision Making -- Cognition -- Empathy -- Integration -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Declaration of Conflicting Interests -- References -- Role of Exemplars in Ethical Decision-Making in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) -- Introduction -- SMEs - Definition, Importance, Characteristics and Ethical Challenges -- Ethical Challenges in SMEs -- Exemplars -- Methodology and Data -- Data Collection and Analysis -- Results -- Individual Exemplars -- Colleagues and Others -- Family Members as Exemplars -- Well-Known People -- People in Other Organisations -- Organisational Exemplars -- Other Organisations as Exemplars -- Own Organisation as Exemplars -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Military Ethics and Responsible Leadership: The Enduring Contribution of Guillaume-Henri Dufour -- Background and Method -- A Biographical Introduction -- The Sonderbund War -- The Founding of the Red Cross and the Geneva Conventions -- Assessment -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Effective Use of Reflection and Research Activities in Teaching Business Ethics -- A Brief Description -- Practical Approach to Ethics -- Developing and Assessing Reflective Capacity -- Teaching Activities and Teacher Development -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References. Spirituality and Its Role in Responsible Leadership and Decision-Making -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Defining Spirituality -- Spirituality and Leadership -- Spirituality in Higher Education -- Methodology -- Findings -- The Concept of Spirituality -- Spirituality in a Business Management Curriculum -- The Teaching of Spirituality -- Discussions, Debates and Discourses -- Case Studies -- Reflective Practice -- Discussion -- The Concept of Spirituality -- Spirituality in a Business Management Curriculum -- The Teaching of Spirituality -- Discussions, Debates and Discourses -- Case Studies -- Reflective Practice -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Would a Hippocratic Oath of Business Encourage Business Leaders to Make Ethical Decisions? A Study into What Business Students Learn in Business Ethics Class -- Methodology -- Survey and Sample -- Results -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethical Decision-Making in Early Childhood Education -- Parents Rights to Choose Education of Their Children -- Consensus on Content and Method of Education -- Moral Choices about Care and Education of Children -- Conclusion -- References -- The Ethical and Leadership Challenges Posed by the Royal Commission's Revelations of Sexual Abuse at a Satyananda Yoga Ashram in Australia -- Introduction -- Case Study 21 of the Australian Royal Commission -- A History of Systemic Abuse -- Public and Private Practice of Tantra -- The Aftermath of Criminal Proceedings -- The Role of the Guru and Codes of Conduct -- The Way Forward -- Changing Traditions -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Arbitrary Power, Arbitrary Interference and the Abuse of Power: Corruption, Natural Rights and Human Rights -- Definitions -- Corruption -- Systemic Corruption -- Natural Rights and Human Rights -- Moral, Legal, Socio-Political and Economic Questions. Corruption and Natural Rights -- John Locke, Republicanism and 'Arbitrary Power' -- Moral Rights and 'Standard Threats' -- Corruption and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- Different Types of Violations Triggered by Corruption -- Intrinsic Individual Violations -- Intrinsic Collective Violations -- Direct Instrumental Impacts -- Indirect Instrumental Impacts -- Arbitrary Interference -- The Human Right to Property -- Why Wasn't Corruption Recognized as a Standard Threat to Human Rights? -- Conclusion: A Deep Conceptual Link -- Notes -- References -- Mixing the Sexes in New South Wales Hospitals - A 15-Year Saga -- The Garling Report -- The A Current Affair Program -- Some Thoughts on Why It Continues -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Index.

The volume brings to life a number of the conference themes including corporate social responsibility, culture, academic integrity, vulnerability, health, military ethics, education, leadership, sustainability and philosophy and addresses concerns of many leading applied ethicists.


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