Time & Location
Apr 25, 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM EDT
About the event
Who could argue against ethical leadership in principle, but what happens when ethics become corrupted? The challenge for many leaders is translating a philosophy of ethical leadership into practice.
We broadly agree on the defining characteristics of an ethical leader. They include transparency in communications, personal integrity, holding true to one’s values, respect for others, accepting responsibility, and holding team members accountable. But how are these characteristics put into practice in the workplace? Should one hold to ethical behavior when others do not? How does a leader express and convey their ethics within the workplace? How can a leader influence team and even institutional ethics? What are the repercussions of staying true to your ethics when others do not? Are there ethical challenges for leaders that are unique to the online education workplace?
Our panel of senior leaders will explore these and other aspects of ethical leadership in a thought-provoking session.
Facilitator: Dr. Larry Ragan
Ali Eskandarian, Stevenson University
Colleen Eisenbeiser, Anne Arundel Community College
Chandra Gigliotti, Chesapeake College