Aristotelian Leadership and Business
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"Recent studies suggest that efforts to develop an ethical character and encourage ethical action are helped enormously when situated within an institutional setting which provides an environment that makes ethical behavior attractive and which is led by a person who practices such ethical behavior and possesses such a character. In short, perhaps the most effective way to improve ethical behavior lies in creating ethical institutions with ethical leaders."
Duska, Ronald, and Joseph R. DesJardins. “Aristotelian Leadership and Business.” Business & Professional Ethics Journal 20, no. 3/4, Selected Papers from the Markkula Center Conference on At Our Best: Moral Lives in a Moral Community (Fall-Winter 2001): 19-38. http://www.jstor.org/stable/27801258