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Work Place Dilemas

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1. What are examples of workplace dilemmas that are solved by proper leadership?

2. What is the managerial responsibility for ethical leadership in an organization?

3. What is the application of ethical systems to critical thinking and decision making?

4. What are some issues of having or not having ethical leadership in an organization?

5. What is corporate culture, and why is it important for companies to assess its impact on their current functioning?

6. Why is it important for the organization changing to a new paradigm of organizational structure to understand the underlying dynamics of corporate culture?

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Work Place Dilemas
Please assist with a 100-150 words with each question

1. What are examples of workplace dilemmas that are solved by proper leadership?
An example of a workplace dilemma is that of shipping laser printers with their internal cardboard wooden supports missing. If the company does not ship them, it will lose its reputation for timely shipping. However, if the printers are shipped without the cardboard support there is a 10% chance that one part in the printers will break during transport. Transformational leadership can address this problem. It is assumed that the cardboard supports are not available but if the transformational leader, the manager speaks to each of the three truck drivers personally and requests them to tie the packages with double the number of fasteners and not to exceed 60 miles per hour, the chances of breakage become almost nil. In transformational leadership the leader and follower work together in a way that transforms the way in which work is done.

2. What is the managerial responsibility for ethical leadership in an organization?
Managerial responsibility is very high for ethical leadership in an organization. The managers and supervisors are watched by ordinary workers. The ethical actions of the managers have a positive effect on the workers and inspire them to be ethical. From one perspective, the managers become the living examples of following the code of ethics. From the deontological perspective it is the duty of the managers to act ethically and provide live examples of ethical behavior to workers.
On the other side if the managers are not perceived to be ethical, then the workers feel no qualms in behaving unethically. So, if ...

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