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The Case For Moral Leadership

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LRN's latest research on moral leadership finds that the need for moral leadership is more urgent than ever. Survey respondents say that leaders who exercise moral authority in addition to their formal authority are more effective at achieving business goals, fostering ethical workplaces, and encouraging creativity and innovation. Yet only a handful of companies are led by moral leaders. The report helps define moral leadership and shows how managers and executives can earn the moral authority that lifts individual and organizational performance. In the second volume of this report, we share results from interviews with more than 1,000 people from all levels of the organization including executives, managers and employees across 17 different industries. This report covers the following questions: • What is moral leadership? • What do moral leaders do? • How does moral leadership drive better performance? • What behaviors do employees expect more of from their managers? • How can you scale these behaviors across an organization, so that all colleagues, regardless of role, can embrace and embody moral leadership? 2019 STATE OF MORAL LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS THE CASE FOR MORAL LEADERSHIP GROWS STRONGER

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