Leadership and the three faces of integrity

@inproceedings{Bauman2013LeadershipAT,
  title={Leadership and the three faces of integrity},
  author={David C. Bauman},
  year={2013}
}
Article history: Received 2 February 2012 Revised 24 January 2013 Accepted 30 January 2013 Available online 26 February 2013 Recent scholarship in business and leadership strongly suggests that integrity is not fundamentally a moral concept. This paper presents an account of leadership integrity that defends its ethical meaning while identifying important cognitive structures that clarify the confusion surrounding integrity attributions. The paper begins with a brief review of historical… CONTINUE READING
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