Edited by Jonathan P. Doh and Stephen A. Stumpf
Ethics, social responsibility, leadership, governance. These terms are heard in the classroom, in the boardroom, and viewed on the front page of newspapers and magazines. Yet serious attention to the relationships among these concepts is lacking. Although commitments to leadership, ethics, and social responsibility are evident, individuals and companies are falling short in combining these duties into policies and cultures that guide behavior and decisions. The missing element is a broad-based and integrated approach to responsible leadership and governance. This volume provides the leading thinking on these issues and includes a discussion of emerging areas that require future attention.
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- Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business
- Chapter 1: Towards a Framework of Responsible Leadership and Governance
- Chapter 2: Strategic Leadership: Strategy, Resources, Ethics and Succession
- Chapter 3: What Leaders and their Organizations Can Do to Develop Ethical Leaders
- Chapter 4: The Leadership Challenge: Building Resilient Corporate Reputations
- Chapter 5: Leadership: Making Responsible Decisions
- Chapter 6: Developing Strategies and Skills for Responsible Leadership
- Chapter 7: Leadership and the Social Construction of Charisma
- Chapter 8: Foundations of Responsible Leadership: From Self-Insight to Integrity and Altruism
- Chapter 9: Integrating Leadership with Ethics: Is Good Leadership Contrary to Human Nature?
- Chapter 10: Corporate Responsibility, Accountability and Stakeholder Relationships: Will Voluntary Action Suffice?
- Chapter 11: The Influence of CEO Transformational Leadership on Firm-Level Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility
- Chapter 12: Is There Free Will in Business? Leadership and Social Impact Management
- Chapter 13: Management, Governance and Corporate Responsibility
- Chapter 14: Corporate Governance Reform: Global, North American and European Trends
- Chapter 15: Management and Governance of Professional Services Firms
- Chapter 16: Responsible Leadership: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
- Chapter 17: Comparative Models of Corporate Governance: A Sociocultural Perspective
- Chapter 18: Responsible Leadership and Governance in a Global Context: Insights from the GLOBE Study
- Chapter 19: Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business: The Role of Business Education
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