"Raising the Credibility Quotient of Responsible Leadership"Business Ethics magazine (2011)
It’s a maxim you’ve likely heard repeated enough through the years that it became a mantra if you followed it – or a cliché if you failed to heed the wisdom of its simplicity: Walk your talk and the rest will follow.
Right now, business leaders are struggling to maintain grounding in an era of unprecedented upheaval of status quo assumptions and a dismantling of the historic "establishment" prerogatives.
If you look more closely at any number of marquee businesses that broke new ground and disrupted their universe, or innovators who pioneered a new game or at least altered its rules, a common theme emerges: The organization and its leaders, for the most part, modeled and fashioned the change their inventiveness inspired.
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Publication DateOctober 25, 2011
Citation InformationArt Stewart. ""Raising the Credibility Quotient of Responsible Leadership"" Business Ethics magazine Iss. Online (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/art_stewart/12/