7 Lenses: Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership

Amazon Best Seller in Kindle Business Ethics Books (Leadership, Non-Fiction)

Get Ready For the Future of Leadership: 
See beyond the "Triple Bottom Line" to 7 different perspectives on ethical responsibility that are all important. 
Top 100 Thought Leader in Trust Linda Fisher Thornton describes 7 dimensions of "ethical responsibility" that together give us the whole picture of ethical leadership in a global society. The holistic 7 Lenses framework cuts through the complexity and disagreements about what ethics means and gives you a powerful framework for ethical decision-making and action. 

Learning about all 7 Lenses in a cohesive framework gets us away from a vague, theoretical approach to ethics and gives us clear insights that we can apply to our very real ethical challenges. With a Foreword by Stephen M. R. Covey, this book brings 7 different perspectives on ethical leadership to life, and provides 14 Guiding Principles that help us honor them all in daily leadership. 

The 7 Lenses of Ethical Leadership are:
Lens 1 - Profit  (What's in it for us?)
Lens 2 - Law  (Whatdo laws and regulations require?)
Lens 3 - Character  (What demonstrates moral awareness & competence?)
Lens 4 - People  (What is the impact on the well-being of people?)
Lens 5 - Communities  (How will we improve the communities we serve?)
Lens 6 - Planet  (How will we protect life, nature and ecosystems?)
Lens 7 - Greater Good  (How will we make life better for future generations?)
Written for leaders who want to "do the right thing," the examples, graphics, cases and questions in this book provide a framework for deeply engaging constituents and building trust for the long term. Give your leaders the insight they need to make ethical choices. Make this book required reading in your ethics, corporate social responsibility and leadership programs.

Ethical leadership at its best honors all 7 Lenses. Learn to see your day-to-day leadership challenges through the 7 Lenses. 
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