Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business

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Jonathan P. Doh, Stephen A. Stumpf
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2005 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
Reading these various non-technical articles is undeniably valuable for any person (teachers, executives, students) who is concerned about the behaviour of major companies managers in the context of globalisation and economy liberalisation. Gestion 2000 A
 

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Contents

CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATION AND PRACTICAL REALITIES
1
1 Towards a framework of responsible leadership and governance
3
strategy resources ethics and succession
19
3 What leaders and their organizations can do to develop ethical leaders
42
building resilient corporate reputations
54
INDIVIDUAL GROUP AND RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
69
making responsible decisions
71
6 Developing strategies and skills for responsible leadership
87
11 The infl uence of CEO transformational leadership on fi rmlevel commitment to corporate social responsibility
195
12 Is there free will in business? Leadership and social impact management
221
PART IV RESPONSIBLE GOVERNANCE IN CORPORATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRMS
241
13 Management governance and corporate responsibility
243
global North American and European trends
259
15 Management and governance of professional services fi rms
275
INTERNATIONAL CROSSCULTURAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
305
a crosscultural perspective
307

7 Leadership and the social construction of charisma
112
from selfinsight to integrity and altruism
137
ETHIS SOCIAL IMPACT AND THE GLOBAL COMMON GOOD
157
is good leadership contrary to human nature?
159
will voluntary action suffi ce?
180
a sociocultural perspective
332
insights from the GLOBE study
352
the role of business education
380
Index
399
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