LEAD 200 Dimensions for Ethical Leadership: Introduction



This InfoGuide supports your class with resources for the following:

  • Ethical leadership dilemmas that occur in all professions such as  non-profit institutes, education  government, justice studies,  community organizations, entrepreneurship, business, marketing, environment, physical/mental health, and medicine, labor issues, and technology
  • Issues related to leadership, accessibility, inclusion, intersectionality, college students, Deaf. 
  • The Code of Ethics specific to different professions or organizations (such as APA, AMA, NAD, RID, RIT/NTID boards, sororities, fraternities, and clubs) are available.

  • Self-assessments are available through our APA PsycTests database.

  • APA Citation Style

  • Ethical Leadership theories  

      • Utilitarianism: Do the greatest good for the greatest number

      • Kant's Categorical Imperative: Do what's right despite the consequences

      • Rawl's Justice as Fairness: Balancing freedom and equality.

      • Aristotelian Ethics: Live well ("virtue ethics").

      • Confucianism: Building healthy relationships.

      • Altruism: Concern for others ("ethics of care")

      • Platinum Rule (see tab "Readings" for links to information about this topic)


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