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Moral Leadership in Business : Towards a Business Culture of Integrity

By: Văduva, Sebastian.
Contributor(s): Alistar, Victor T | Thomas, Andrew R | Lupiţu, Călin D | Neagoie, Daniel S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.SpringerBriefs in Business: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016Description: 1 online resource (100 p.).ISBN: 9783319428819.Subject(s): Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Moral Leadership in Business : Towards a Business Culture of IntegrityDDC classification: 650 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents -- Chapter 1: Moral Leadership -- 1.1 Moral Leadership: From Personal Opinion to Market Recognition -- 1.2 The Three Ingredients of Moral Leadership -- 1.2.1 The Integrated Model of the Functioning of the Three Ingredients -- 1.3 Ethics, Morality, Integrity, and Compliance -- 1.4 Moral Leadership and Profit -- 1.4.1 Low Transactional Costs -- 1.4.2 Lower Promoting Costs -- 1.4.3 Long-Term Profit -- 1.5 The Principles of Moral Leadership -- 1.5.1 Ensure Functional Compliance Settings and Make the Step from Conformism to a Culture of Integrity
1.5.2 The Commitment to Transparency Is a Reputation Growth Instrument, Not Just a Cost -- 1.5.3 Involve Your Stakeholders! -- 1.5.4 Reduce the Risks of Lack of Integrity in Creative and Ethical Ways! -- 1.5.5 Communicate Your Business Integrity Model Internally and Externally -- 1.5.6 Develop an Initiative of Promoting Integrity in Your Industry and Determine Other Companies and NGOs to Join You in Promoting Integrity! -- 1.6 Moral Leaders' Club -- Chapter 2: From Conformism to a Culture of Integrity -- 2.1 The Compliance Framework: Essential Requirement -- 2.2 The Compliance Processes
2.2.1 External Processes: The External Compliance Processes Are Those That Encompass the National and International Compliance Framework as well as the Best-Practices Standards Developed by Certain Industries or Professional Associations -- 2.2.2 Internal Processes: The Internal Compliance Processes Are Those Which Encompass Internal Mechanisms Developed by the Company in Order to Ensure Application of External Standards in Agreement with the Particularities and Needs of the Company, Thu -- 2.3 Compliance Principles -- 2.4 Legal Conformism -- 2.5 Moving from Conformism to a Culture of Integrity
2.6 Ethics, Integrity, and the Fight Against Corruption -- 2.7 The Main Instruments that Ensure Evolving from Legal Conformism to a Culture of Integrity -- 2.7.1 The Mission Statement -- 2.7.2 The Code of Conduct -- 2.7.3 The Ethics Training -- 2.7.4 The Anti-bribery Program -- 2.7.5 Policies for Preventing Conflicts of Interest -- 2.7.6 Integrity Awareness Policies -- 2.7.7 Developing Internal Warning Systems -- 2.7.8 Developing Informing and Awareness Mechanisms Regarding the Existence of Policies Regarding Integrity Awareness Among Employees
2.7.9 Developing Protection Mechanisms Against Consequences -- Chapter 3: Corporate Transparency -- 3.1 Trends and Landmarks Regarding Corporate Transparency -- 3.2 The Benefits of Corporate Transparency -- 3.3 Challenges Raised by Corporate Transparency -- 3.4 How to Counteract Fears and Win -- 3.5 Essential Requirement for Effective Transparency: The Information Provided by the Company Are Relevant and Pertinent for Its Stakeholders -- 3.6 Transparency Regarding the Efforts of Influencing the Public's Decision -- 3.7 Social Dialogue -- 3.8 Lobby Versus Advocacy
3.9 Models and Current Lobby Regulations
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Contents -- Chapter 1: Moral Leadership -- 1.1 Moral Leadership: From Personal Opinion to Market Recognition -- 1.2 The Three Ingredients of Moral Leadership -- 1.2.1 The Integrated Model of the Functioning of the Three Ingredients -- 1.3 Ethics, Morality, Integrity, and Compliance -- 1.4 Moral Leadership and Profit -- 1.4.1 Low Transactional Costs -- 1.4.2 Lower Promoting Costs -- 1.4.3 Long-Term Profit -- 1.5 The Principles of Moral Leadership -- 1.5.1 Ensure Functional Compliance Settings and Make the Step from Conformism to a Culture of Integrity

1.5.2 The Commitment to Transparency Is a Reputation Growth Instrument, Not Just a Cost -- 1.5.3 Involve Your Stakeholders! -- 1.5.4 Reduce the Risks of Lack of Integrity in Creative and Ethical Ways! -- 1.5.5 Communicate Your Business Integrity Model Internally and Externally -- 1.5.6 Develop an Initiative of Promoting Integrity in Your Industry and Determine Other Companies and NGOs to Join You in Promoting Integrity! -- 1.6 Moral Leaders' Club -- Chapter 2: From Conformism to a Culture of Integrity -- 2.1 The Compliance Framework: Essential Requirement -- 2.2 The Compliance Processes

2.2.1 External Processes: The External Compliance Processes Are Those That Encompass the National and International Compliance Framework as well as the Best-Practices Standards Developed by Certain Industries or Professional Associations -- 2.2.2 Internal Processes: The Internal Compliance Processes Are Those Which Encompass Internal Mechanisms Developed by the Company in Order to Ensure Application of External Standards in Agreement with the Particularities and Needs of the Company, Thu -- 2.3 Compliance Principles -- 2.4 Legal Conformism -- 2.5 Moving from Conformism to a Culture of Integrity

2.6 Ethics, Integrity, and the Fight Against Corruption -- 2.7 The Main Instruments that Ensure Evolving from Legal Conformism to a Culture of Integrity -- 2.7.1 The Mission Statement -- 2.7.2 The Code of Conduct -- 2.7.3 The Ethics Training -- 2.7.4 The Anti-bribery Program -- 2.7.5 Policies for Preventing Conflicts of Interest -- 2.7.6 Integrity Awareness Policies -- 2.7.7 Developing Internal Warning Systems -- 2.7.8 Developing Informing and Awareness Mechanisms Regarding the Existence of Policies Regarding Integrity Awareness Among Employees

2.7.9 Developing Protection Mechanisms Against Consequences -- Chapter 3: Corporate Transparency -- 3.1 Trends and Landmarks Regarding Corporate Transparency -- 3.2 The Benefits of Corporate Transparency -- 3.3 Challenges Raised by Corporate Transparency -- 3.4 How to Counteract Fears and Win -- 3.5 Essential Requirement for Effective Transparency: The Information Provided by the Company Are Relevant and Pertinent for Its Stakeholders -- 3.6 Transparency Regarding the Efforts of Influencing the Public's Decision -- 3.7 Social Dialogue -- 3.8 Lobby Versus Advocacy

3.9 Models and Current Lobby Regulations

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Andrew R. Thomas is the managing director for Erhart Enterprises, S.A., a worldwide distributor of commercial and industrial products. <p> (Bowker Author Biography)

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