Engaged Leadership: Administrative Ethics

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  • Pixey Anne Mosley Texas A&M University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5860/llm.v28i1.7051

Keywords:

ethics, administration

Abstract

While many would find the terms administration and ethics to be an oxymoron, this column counters this position by proposing that ethics are a part of being a good administrator. However, ethics from the decision making perspective are different for administrators. Additionally, one may have to engage in a different way to provide transparency for others to understand what ethical conduct means for those in a titled leadership role.

Author Biography

Pixey Anne Mosley, Texas A&M University

Professor and Interim Associate Dean for Administrative and Faculty Services

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2013-10-30

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