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Ethical Leadership in Organizational Culture© (ELOC) - Not For Profit (Booklet)

Ethical Leadership in Organizational Culture© (ELOC) - Not For Profit (Booklet)

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The ELOC was first published in 2006 as the third book in TWI's Awareness Series. This inventory offers leaders the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the factors at work in their own organizational environment and the impact those factors have on individual decision making. A series of questions in a self-scoring format examines the specific characteristics of leadership that enhance performance and increase productivity. This assessment of the current organizational culture will better prepare leaders to infuse their employees and colleagues with a commitment to doing what’s right.

For organizational leaders, the more relational aspects of tending to organizational culture are often in competition with the demands associated with increased profitability—but the intentions, actions and behaviors of individuals who are placed in decision making positions provide the guiding principles of the organization that ultimately impact productivity. A workplace culture that communicates pride in a job well done fosters individual employee commitment to ethical conduct. The benchmark for strong organizational leadership is the development of a workplace environment that is affirmative, constructive and creative while engaging in continuous reflective assessment of the dynamics of organizational behavior.

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The ELOC was first published in 2006 as the third book in TWI's Awareness Series. This inventory offers leaders the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the factors at work in their own organizational environment and the impact those factors have on individual decision making. A series of questions in a self-scoring format examines the specific characteristics of leadership that enhance performance and increase productivity. This assessment of the current organizational culture will better prepare leaders to infuse their employees and colleagues with a commitment to doing what’s right.

For organizational leaders, the more relational aspects of tending to organizational culture are often in competition with the demands associated with increased profitability—but the intentions, actions and behaviors of individuals who are placed in decision making positions provide the guiding principles of the organization that ultimately impact productivity. A workplace culture that communicates pride in a job well done fosters individual employee commitment to ethical conduct. The benchmark for strong organizational leadership is the development of a workplace environment that is affirmative, constructive and creative while engaging in continuous reflective assessment of the dynamics of organizational behavior.

 

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