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In issue 12 Volume 2 of the Oxford Review… Research briefings of the very latest research including: Why and how an empowering leadership style can go wrong Keywords: Empowering leadership, Leadership, Self-efficacy, Psychological ownership, Performance, Workplace deviance We tend to think that being an empowering leader is all good. An empowering leadership style has been […]Read more
Keywords: unethical behaviour, unethical leadership, leadership, leadership behaviours, implicit followership theories, moral disengagement Usually when unethical behaviour is outed in organisations, the blame is laid at the door of the leader, with the cause being put down to bad leadership or a leader’s failure to enforce ethical and moral standards. Whilst such explanations are both […]Read more
Moral disengagement: How to know if someone is going to act unethically In my last article How to predict unethical behaviour I looked at research that showed: The 2 primary predictors of unethical behaviour, and The 3 precursors of moral disengagement Today we are going to have a look at what the research says about the actual process […]Read more
What is moral disengagement? Moral disengagement refers to the process where an individual or group of people distances themselves from the normal or usual ethical standards of behaviour and then become convinced that new unethical behaviours are justified due often to some perceived extenuating circumstances. Research has found that usually people or groups of people have to […]Read more
How to predict unethical behaviour There are the steps people take before they engage in unethical behaviour and if you know the signs, you can predict it happening. It is better to see the warning signs and take action than wait for it to occur. This is the first of three posts in which I will review […]Read more