The use of benevolent leadership development to advance principles of responsible management education
September 4, 2013 Editor 0
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to proposes benevolent leadership development as a framework to incorporate principles of responsible management education to mainstream management curriculum, specifically within the context of leadership courses. Design/methodology/approach – The illustrative processes, exercises, and projects in this paper come from leadership development courses offered in Turkey and in Canada. Findings – This paper presents four anchors that support benevolent leadership development: ethical sensitivity, spiritual depth, positive engagement, and community responsiveness. Research limitations/implications – The paper develops the framework of benevolent leadership as a means to impart the principles of responsible management. Practical implications – The paper shares pedagogical strategies to incorporate benevolent leadership in leadership development courses through use of individual and team projects and exercises. Originality/value – The paper shares a theoretical framework and practical insights for incorporating multiple literacies and sensitivities – namely morality, spirituality, positivity, and community – in leadership development.
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