Explores the facets of the moral relationship between leaders and followers with particular focus on the business environment.
An interdisciplinary collection of essays about the ethics of leadership. Three philosophers, two industrial psychologists, a historian, and a management scholar discuss topics such as business ethics, the leader-follower relationship, the problem o f bogus empowerment, a Federalist ethic for organizations, and the ethics of transformational leadership. The focus is on the practical questions of ethics rather than on the larger philosophical questions surrounding ethical theory. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.