Achieving Ethical Competence for Public Service Leadership
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This book shows students entering the public service as well as professionals in the field how to become ethically competent to provide the leadership needed to advance the public interest. The contributors address three central questions: --What does it mean to be ethically competent?--How does one achieve a satisfactory level of ethical competence?--How does ethical competence contribute to effective public service leadership? The book doesn't just talk about ethics. The authors describe how ethical competence should guide organizational conduct, with prescriptions based on: --Knowledge of the normative foundations of public administrative ethics,--A thorough grounding in organization theory and behavior, and--Knowledge of organization development and the design approach. All chapters are original, and written by experts in the PA field for this book. The editors have reviewed and personally edited each contribution to ensure readability and overall comprehensiveness. They have also written an especially useful introductory chapter, conclusion, and detailed section openers.
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Copyright year: 2013
Publication date: 3/15/2013
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|In Pursuit of Ethical Competence|
|Ethical Competence and Leadership|
|A New Definition and Conceptualization of Ethical Competence|
|From Ethical Competence to Ethical Leadership|
|Ethical Competence in Business Leadership|
|Pedagogical Approaches and Methods to Achieve Ethical Competence|
|Developing Ethical Competence: An Integrated Pedagogical Method|
|Advancing Ethical Competence Through Pedagogy|
|Ethical Competence Within and Across Professions|
|Ethical Competence in Social Work|
|Ethical Competence and Professionalism in Public Administration|
|Ethical Competence for Public Service Lawyers|
|Ethical Competence in Nonprofit Organizations: A Human Resources Perspective|
|The Road Ahead|
|About the Editors and Contributors|