Leadershipand Effective Governmental Reinventions
Leadership,Ethics, and Effective Governmental Reinventions
Thereis a correlation between leadership, ethics, and effectivegovernmental reinventions. According to Peter Drucker, “managementis doing things the right way, while leadership means doing the rightthings.” Great leadership is the possession of a zest for change,social intelligence, and a vision that allow great leaders themandate to set their eyes on the things that merit attention. Ethicson the other hand, is a moral philosophy, which involves defending,systematizing, and putting forth the concepts to know what a wrong orright conduct is (Doh & Stumpf, 2005). Effective governmentalreinventions mean the recognitions by the government of what worksbest for them and the pubic as far as management and effectiveleadership is concerned.
Fromthe leadership perspective, ethics comes into play as far as “ethicalleadership” is mention. The correlation between the two is thatvalues and ethical beliefs meant for the right and dignity of otherscan only be drawn from effective leadership. Concepts such ashonesty, trust, charisma, consideration, and fairness are only seenfrom ethical leaders (Millar & Poole, 2011). On the other hand,leadership plays a role in effective governmental reinventions. Thisfollows an inspiration directed towards many progressive leaders thatbelieve that the government is required to be more focused,mission-driven, results-oriented, and individual-focused (Millar &Poole, 2011). Ethics are correlated with the reinventions consideringany government is required to be ethical in handling policies andissues that affect normal people.
Ethicalleadership is woven along with effective governmental reinventions interms of how a government shifts its model of governance. Accordingto Doh & Stumpf (2005), since the shift in ethics andgovernmental reinventions are underway, it is hard to look for andidentify it since there is always an assumption that every governmenthas to have ethical leadership, big, centralized, and should bebureaucratic. They went ahead and point out that today’s problem ofany government is not “what they undertake, but how they do it.”
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