Barrier: A smart leader rather than an ethical leader can be most succesful
By PS DHINGRAPS DHINGRA - CEO & Transformation Management Consultant at Dhingra Group of Management Consultants
June 3, 2010 at 7:28pm
Ethics is good to hear, write and preach, but the question arises where exists ethics? At most of the time, we hear ethical speeches from unethical leaders, who preach for ethics but don't practise ethics for themselves or their kith and kin. We have further seen, failure is most often the destiny of ethical leaders. The followers (people) want results while ethical leader is unable to provide results as in this material world where corruption is most rampant, ethical leaders can't bring in results.
So, readers and scholars are invited to lend their valuable views on this aspect, whether a leader should be a smart leader, who can be able to deliver results with his smart moves (rightly or wrongly), or should essentially be an ethical leader with what approach to make him successful ethically.