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Using Communities of Practice to Cultivate Leaders of Integrity

John R. Terrill

Seattle Pacific University

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GIVEN THE COMPETING demands placed on business and the growing complexity of organizational life in general, the need for highly capable, ethical leadership is more critical than ever. Without such leaders, peril looms, as demonstrated by the devastating impact of ethical breaches in financial services and other sectors of the global economy in the latter part of 2008. According to the Edelman Trust Barometer, 2012 CEO credibility in mature markets experienced its largest decline in the survey's history. Business must repair its reputation, ...

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