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Arthur J. Schwartz 1. Inspiring and Equipping Students to Be Ethical Leaders 5
Arthur J. Schwartz
This chapter describes the behaviors of the ethical leader and the reasons why student leaders do not always act ethically.2. Building Moral Strength: Bridging the Moral Judgment-Action Gap 17
The different motivational forces that enable students to act on their moral judgments are explored in this chapter.3. Learning About Ethical Leadership Through the Giving Voice to Values Curriculum 35
This chapter explores how one approach to integrating ethics and leadership has been used in educational settings across the globe.4. At What Age Should We Begin Developing Ethical Leaders? 49
A partnership between the Center for Creative Leadership and an independent school has been established to intentionally develop the citizen-leadership skills of students frompre-K through the 12th grade.5. When Leading With Integrity Goes Well: Integrating the Mind, Body, and Heart 61
This chapter explores why the practice of mindfulness is critical to making ethical decisions.6. Making Moral Mistakes: What Ethical Failure Can Teach Students About Life and Leadership 71
This chapter examines why leaders sometimes fail to live up to their own ethical standards by offering a personal example.7. A Critical Review of Theories and Measures of Ethics-Related Leadership 81
The similarities and differences between various models and measures of ethical leadership are examined in this chapter.
Arthur J. Schwartz is professor of education and executive director of the Oskin Leadership Institute at Widener University.