The idea of fostering a purposeful and ethical culture at the workplace begins with the upper management.
It’s essential for whoever the individual is at the top to understand:
- What they do
- How they do it and
- What they convey both in words and actions
As everyone in the organization needs to perceive and understand these 3 crucial questions.
In this article, I will be sharing 3 things leaders need to do in order to foster a purposeful and ethical culture in their organization.
As a leader, the manner in which you make a point and how you say it sets the tone and culture of your organization.
The more you explain and give people an understanding of what is expected of them, the more it will help people on your team to follow through and be transparent in their own work.
Take personal responsibility for your actions
It is important that you act as responsibly as possible and as clearly as you can.
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This will not only demonstrate ethical behavior but also help everyone in your organization to benefit and grow.
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Today, leaders are responsible for transforming organizations and team member’s lives by influencing them to behave, perform, and complete tasks in a purposeful and ethical manner.
Therefore, the main role of leadership is to ensure standards of moral and ethical conduct is met by not only them but everyone else working in the organization.
Good leadership then refers to maintaining and demonstrating trust, ethics and clear vision starting with the top management. This is how organizations foster purposeful and ethical leadership to increase production/productivity and gain profits.
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