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Leadership Ethics

Organizational and personal leadership always include an element of ethics. Modeling ethical behavior and creating an environment that supports others in being their best selves are both elements of good leadership.

At the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, we work with people in business, government, education, health care, and technology to identify best practices in leadership ethics.

Leadership Ethics Stories


    The Behavioral Movement in Business

    Authors Hersh Shefrin and Ann Tenbrunsel speak at the Business Ethics Partnership event, The Behavioral Movement in Business, on May 11, 2016.

    Criminal Justice and the Catholic Conscience

    Leo E. Strine Jr., chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, reflects on how his exposure to Christian, and specifically Catholic, teaching, morals, and ethics influences his view of his judicial and public policy role in addressing the difficult subject of criminal justice.

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