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Developing Successful LeadershipDeveloping Ethical Leadership

Developing Successful Leadership: Developing Ethical Leadership [The chapter outlines a learning process and a developmental content to the ethical preparation of school leaders. The process begins with personal reflections and group discussions about ethical values embedded in one’s personal biography which have been influential in participants’ efforts to process ethically challenging situations in their work. The process transitions to explorations within formal ethical perspectives by which participants learn to analyze ethical problems in their normal everyday work experiences from a multidimensional ethical framework of justice, care, and critique. The gradual appropriation of this ethical framework opens the door to the deeper consideration of the moral good that the profession of education intends to promote – the good embedded in school learning about one’s membership in the worlds of culture, nature, and society. This exposes aspiring and experienced educational leaders to the essential ethical leadership of the teaching/learning process itself.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Developing Successful LeadershipDeveloping Ethical Leadership

Part of the Studies in Educational Leadership Book Series (volume 11)
Editors: Davies, Brent; Brundrett, Mark

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2010
ISBN
978-90-481-9105-5
Pages
27 –37
DOI
10.1007/978-90-481-9106-2_3
Publisher site
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Abstract

[The chapter outlines a learning process and a developmental content to the ethical preparation of school leaders. The process begins with personal reflections and group discussions about ethical values embedded in one’s personal biography which have been influential in participants’ efforts to process ethically challenging situations in their work. The process transitions to explorations within formal ethical perspectives by which participants learn to analyze ethical problems in their normal everyday work experiences from a multidimensional ethical framework of justice, care, and critique. The gradual appropriation of this ethical framework opens the door to the deeper consideration of the moral good that the profession of education intends to promote – the good embedded in school learning about one’s membership in the worlds of culture, nature, and society. This exposes aspiring and experienced educational leaders to the essential ethical leadership of the teaching/learning process itself.]

Published: Jun 28, 2010

Keywords: Moral Reasoning; Ethical Leadership; School Leader; Moral Character; School Administrator

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