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MGMT 632 Leadership and Ethics

This course explores the relationships between selected leadership styles and individual ethics. It examines situations in which leader convictions regarding ethical behavior are in conflict with organizational objectives and stakeholders' interests. The course proceeds from the assumption that anticipating ethical pressures/choices and shaping a personal framework for making value choices can improve leadership skills.


4 Graduate credits

Effective August 1, 1998 to present