Leaders’ ethical decisions based on personality type, suggests research

The ability of leaders to exercise their ethical compass at work may be influenced by their personality, suggests a recent study by the Centre for Synchronous Leadership. Researcher Justine Lutterodt conducted in-depth interviews with 15 business leaders from the professional services sector to examine their approach to ethics at work. She was due to present her research at the 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology on 14 December. Lutterodt targeted leaders in senior positions, ranging from director to CEO. "I wanted to get a clearer picture of whether leaders in these prominent...

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