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Effective Leadership in Organizations: African Ethics and Corruption

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DOI: 10.4236/me.2019.107111    112 Downloads   281 Views


There is much evidence to support the notion that inspirational leadership is inextricably crucial for the functioning of any organization, either in the private or public sector, which is bent on operating as a goal-oriented body within which various individuals work under the coordination of an ethically oriented leader. The paper unpacks African Ethics and how a loss of virtue in leadership in both the public and private sectors, has led to corruption with its hugely negative impacts on society. The paper highlights theoretical conceptions and potential practical actualizations of ethical practice. Recommendations and suggestions are made as to what can be done to mitigate unethical practices such as corruption with its corrosive effect on life in general.

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Nicolaides, A. and Tornam Duho, K. (2019) Effective Leadership in Organizations: African Ethics and Corruption. Modern Economy, 10, 1713-1743. doi: 10.4236/me.2019.107111.

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