By Carla Millar, Eve Poole
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Qualitative research could also investigate the impact of Corporate Psychopaths on other employees, and strategies for dealing with them in the workplace. Note Acknowledgment, with thanks: this chapter draws upon material used in my paper in Journal of Public Affairs, 2010, and is published by permission of John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Leaders without ethics in global business: Corporate psychopaths; by C. R. P. Boddy, R. Ladyshewsky and P. Galvin, Journal of Public Affairs, 10(3), Copyright © 2010, John Wiley & Sons Ltd).
It led to guest-edited publications in the Journal of Public Affairs and in the Journal of Business Ethics. This collection also draws from this rich source, supplementing it through additional contributions to ensure the flow and integrity of an academic book. We trust that this book will satisfy the needs of scholars and executives from around the world who would like to read about theoretical and practical issues of ethical leadership against a global backdrop. Our Ashridge experience tells us that the ‘collection’ format will particularly appeal to the reading habits of an executive audience, while permitting academic readers access to a range of approaches, research, ideas, and references.
Ethical Leadership: Global Challenges and Perspectives by Carla Millar, Eve Poole