Order 1409695: Responsible Leadership
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RESPONSIBLE draw close
actions and decisions is critical to
raising the responsibility bar in the
organisations culture. Transparency
of accountability in my role is strong,
through selfauditing and reporting.
kicks off the
game as . It is vital
to building trust from subordinates,
club members and external
stakeholders. To act with legitimacy
is to act in accordance with
principles and standards.
in my position is a . My
day to day exposure and involvement with subordinates is minimal. So in order to
reach I could get involved in facilitating a suitable existing training
program or create one myself. By providing leadership guidance and understanding of
executive and board functions and responsibility I can create motivation and
commitment. I can demonstrate behaviour that raises the aspirations of others.
is a in
my model. This is of utmost importance in my role
and a core strength of mine. Encompassing industry
rules and regulations, and setting the tone to steer
the board and CEO, my actions are imperative to
organisational governance excellence.
is a process of
continual understanding of strength, weakness,
and purpose in any given circumstance. I pride
myself on consistency in my own selfawareness,
and flexibility to correct my way accordingly. This
understanding helps me to play strategically.
, influencing followers, through my
behaviour and choices, to also strive to achieve
principled standards. By demonstrating ethical
conduct I lead fairly and honourably, positively
shaping subordinates and superiors alike.
is to be dependable. Not only
reliable in action but also in intent. This creates
trust in my decisions. Those who feel they can rely
on me, will themselves be reliable for me. My
approach is consistency with clear communication
of intentions and results.
MORAL DECISION MAKING
top bowl ETHICAL CONDUCT
POSITIVE SOCIAL CHANGE
in the dirch
POSITIVE ROLE MODELLING
holding shot LEGITIMACY
fashioned by values; mine and the organisations.
This requires a personal approach due to the often
conflicting nature of the interests of affected
stakeholders, wide ranging in demographic.
Maintaining is the aim of the game.jack high 3
the fluidity of play generates positive
outcomes on the rink when rolling towards
FOOTNOTES: 1. Aiming to bowl as close to the Jack as possible. 2. Minett, D, Yaman, R H & Denizci B 2009, ‘Leadership styles and ethical decisionmaking in hospitality management’, International Journal of Hospitality Management, vol. 28, pp. 486493. 3. Bowl level with the Jack. 4. Bowl resting against the Jack. 5. Pless, N M & Maak T 2011, ‘Responsible Leadership: Pathways to the Future’, Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 98, pp. 313. 6. Bowl currently sustaining the win. 7. Avolio, B J & Gardner, W L 2005, ‘Authentic leadership development: Getting to the root of positive forms of leadership’, The Leadership Quarterly, vol. 16, pp. 315338. 8. An impressive roll. 9. Pless, N M & Maak T 2011, pp. 313. 10. Bowl not reaching the vicinity of the Jack. 11. Bowl level with the Jack. 12. Bowl resting against the Jack. 13. Bowl rolls into the ditch and is out of play.
is actually a for the
club. Thousands of dollars are given to local social causes creating positive impact for
many. But for my personal leadership, it is positively . I don’t involve
myself directly. I need to realise which of these causes I really care about. It is then that
I will be able to fully align my vision with that of the organisation.
short bowl 10
resting toucher 12