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Aligning Leadership Selection and Leadership Execution: The Role of Character and Integrity

Do the same things that help you successfully become a leader also help you to successfully be a leader? The synchronicity between leadership selection and execution criteria is absolutely critical for public and private organizations of all types. However it remains an unresolved issue that has haunted historians and philosophers for ages and continues to vex modern leaders and scholars alike. This study therefore sets out to examine the alignment of leadership selection and leadership execution. More specifically we focus on one particularly critical and controversial element in the relationship – the role of character and integrity. An original conceptual model is developed, prospective methodologies are sketched, and implications are explored that lead to recommendations for enhancing alignment strategies.

Derek Offer
Lubin School of Business, Pace University
United States

Eric Kessler
Lubin School of Business, Pace University
United States

 


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