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Ethical Leadership in Sport by Pippa Grange

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Appendix

Being Competent as an Ethical Leader

Getting competent at anything requires practice, yet we don’t always have the time to “go back to the books” and revise what it is we are supposed to do when we face a challenge. Leaders often need “just-in-time” learning as they hit problems in the workplace that need fast attention and can’t wait for scheduled learning time. For this reason, it is important to notice and learn from your experiences past and present and reflect on them and yourself as you go.

It can also help to map out where you want to get to (albeit not finite) and check in on your progress. Ethical practice is probably no more esoteric than many other aspects of leadership, so why not develop yourself on it in the same way you ...

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