Dilemmas of leadership chapter 9 Ethical Leadership

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This quiz tests your knowledge of ethical Leadership. It is based on chapter 9 of Dilemmas of Leadership

  • 1
    The learning focus in the main body of the chapter is ..?
    Understanding how to become a better human being
    Understanding power relationships
    Understanding the role of ethics in leadership
  • 2
    A key theme covered in the main body of the chapter is..?
    Ethical issues facing sporting leaders
    Lessons from Lord of the Rings
    Lessons from Machiavelli’s The Prince
  • 3
    A key dilemma in the main body of the chapter is ..?
    The dilemma of authentic leadership
    The ‘right versus wrong’ dilemma
    King Solomon’s dilemma
  • 4
    Wikileaks illustrates the dilemma of
    O Irregular sleeping arrangements
    O National Security versus freedom of information
    O Funding a protest organization
  • 5
    Cuilla argues that
    O The ends can never be used to justify the means of a leader’s actions
    O The ends can be used to justify the means of a leader’s actions
    O That ethics should be kept out of corporate leadership decisions beyond pragmatic considerations
  • 6
    Sucher argues that
    O It is not possible to ‘reason morally’
    O It is always possible to find one moral action that removes ethical problems of decision-making
    O It is possible to ‘reason morally’
  • 7
    Bernard Bass asserted that
    O Transformational leadership must be grounded in moral foundations
    O Transformational leadership is primarily about transforming organisations
    O Transformational leadership need not be grounded in moral foundations
  • 8
    The product pipeline
    O Is a business model shared by large pharmaceutical firms
    O Is the pipeline supplying the production of petroleum products
    O Is a term in supply-chain management theory
  • 9
    In the chapter, a right versus right decision
    O Is a decision choice between two sets of conflicting ethical considerations
    O Is a term explaining why a jury is sometimes unable to reach a decision
    O Is a decision which is easy because there are no ethically wrong options
  • 10
    CSR is an acronym for
    O Corporate Social Responsibility
    O Conscience Stimulated Response
    O Company Supported Recuperation

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