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    Assist in answering the following questions from the following reading:
    Organizational Ethics (Craig E. Johnson 2012): Chapters 7, 8 & 9

    1. Do leaders have a greater responsibility than modeling ethical behavior?
    2. What responsibilities do leaders have for creating ethical organizations?
    3. When is it appropriate to speak out on ethical issues?
    4. As a newly hired manager who would you go about creating an ethical climate in an organization?

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    The response addresses the query posted in 711 words with APA references

    //Organizational ethics is the set of principles and guidelines on which the policy and procedures of an organization relies. The productivity, reputation and management of an organization are very much affected by its ethical philosophy; therefore, the code of ethics should be appropriately framed. In the following context, certain questions associated with the organizational ethics will be discussed, which would make the concept clearer.//

    Answer 1: Leaders have a Greater Responsibility than Modeling Ethical Behavior
    While working in an organization, people consider their leaders as the role model and look upon them and follow them. Therefore, the responsibility of a leader in an organization increases and it becomes mandatory for him to follow ethical practices as his acts will have an impact on the conduct of others. The subordinates have a certain level of trust and responsibility upon their leaders. An ethical leader will recognize the work of his subordinate and will guide him through thick and thin. Ethical leader means a person, who carries a high ...

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    The response addresses the query posted about organizational ethics in 711 words with APA references.