Globethics.net Responsible leadership Collection focuses on various key aspects of leadership, as firstly, developing individual leadership understood as a typology: from charismatic leadership to responsible leadership (RL) including the description of the ethical values and rules underlying the leadership typology. Secondly, responsible leadership is understood in the framework of organisations. It has administrative and governance aspects and needs to be open to an understanding of corporate and organizational cultures, technological and information science related challenges impacting the life of the organisation, and crucial ethical holistic dimensions such as to "walk the talk". Thirdly, leadership between organisations is presented trough different sectors; the economic, the political, the education and research, faith based organizations, or the environment.

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  • Формування та розвиток корпоративної культури державних службовців

    Клочко, А. М.; Klochko, A. M.; ORCID: http://orcid.org/ 0000-0002-6898-964X (Проблеми розвитку соціально-трудових прав та профспілкового руху в Україні : матеріали VІІІ Всеукр. наук.-практ. конф. (м. Харків, 28 трав.2020 р.). – Xарків: ХНУВС, 2020. – С. 45-48., 2022-05-12)
    Клочко А. М. Формування та розвиток корпоративної культури державних службовців / А. М. Клочко / Проблеми розвитку соціально-трудових прав та профспілкового руху в Україні : матеріали VІІІ Всеукр. наук.-практ. конф. (м. Харків, 28 трав. 2020 р.) / за заг. ред. К. Ю. Мельника; МВС України, Харків. нац. ун-т внутр. справ. – Xарків: ХНУВС, 2020. – С. 45-48.
  • Konstrukce prostorů participace: Zapojování občanů do procesu tvorby rozvojových plánů měst z pohledu jejich tvůrců

    Mička, Pavel; Veselý, Arnošt; Beránková, Petra Alexandra (2014)
    The work deals with constructing of participatory spaces in the process of urban development planning. The topic of involving citizens into planning is viewed from the point of planners. A concept of participation in this text is conceived in the sense of invented spaces built from above. The research perspective is an interpretative one, anchored in the constructivist epistemology. Therefore the main question is: How do planners reflect involving citizens in the planning? Firstly, the authoress demonstrates the importance of her topic by putting it into the context of wider social dynamics related to the crises of representative democracy and emerging of sub-politics. She reveals that the trend of building participatory opportunities is strengthening. The important question is formulated: How is the role of public in the strategic planning constructed? On the base of analytical induction of semi-structured interviews with planners, the authoress creates her own typology of ideal-type approaches to participation. These types of approaches came out from a distinction of the extent and the aim of spaces of participation. The involvement of citizens can be seen either as building of community, activation of elites, mapping of public preferences or as consultation with local experts.
  • Mezinárodní měnový fond: trendy v rozmezí pole působnosti v letech 1989-2014

    Parízek, Michal; Kučerová, Irah; Szabo, Jakub (2015)
    The main goal of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate possible ideological changes inside the IMF in the time period from 1989 to 2014. This goal is achieved by examining annual reports published by the IMF, with attention on the most important tools of the IMF. Issues discussed through the IMF's surveillance and conditionality are the main indicator of possible reforms and changes. Based on the existent literature and example of the reform of the World Bank four hypotheses are formulated. Those hypotheses are dedicated to monitoring changes in perceived importance of welfare state, small government, good governance and fiscal policy. Firstly, current literature is presented with definition of the main concepts used in this thesis. Secondly, important tools of the IMF are described. Thirdly, collected data is described and this thesis concludes with data evaluation. With application of the methods of descriptive statistics and content analysis this thesis concludes with statement, that important shift from emphasis on weak state to strong state occurred and good governance became important theme of IMF's interest. However importance of the theme fiscal policy persisted.
  • Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impacts

    Brundu, G; Pauchard, A; Pyšek, P; Pergl, J; Bindewald, AM; Brunori, A; Canavan, S; Campagnaro, T; Celesti-Grapow, L; de Sá Dechoum, M (Pensoft Publishers, 2022-05-13)
    Sustainably managed non-native trees deliver economic and societal benefits with limited risk of spread to adjoining areas. However, some plantations have launched invasions that cause substantial damage to biodiversity and ecosystem services, while others pose substantial threats of causing such impacts. The challenge is to maximise the benefits of non-native trees, while minimising negative impacts and preserving future benefits and options. 
 A workshop was held in 2019 to develop global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees, using the Council of Europe – Bern Convention Code of Conduct on Invasive Alien Trees as a starting point. The global guidelines consist of eight recommendations: 1) Use native trees, or non-invasive non-native trees, in preference to invasive non-native trees; 2) Be aware of and comply with international, national, and regional regulations concerning non-native trees; 3) Be aware of the risk of invasion and consider global change trends; 4) Design and adopt tailored practices for plantation site selection and silvicultural management; 5) Promote and implement early detection and rapid response programmes; 6) Design and adopt tailored practices for invasive non-native tree control, habitat restoration, and for dealing with highly modified ecosystems; 7) Engage with stakeholders on the risks posed by invasive non-native trees, the impacts caused, and the options for management; and 8) Develop and support global networks, collaborative research, and information sharing on native and non-native trees. 
 The global guidelines are a first step towards building global consensus on the precautions that should be taken when introducing and planting non-native trees. They are voluntary and are intended to complement statutory requirements under international and national legislation. The application of the global guidelines and the achievement of their goals will help to conserve forest biodiversity, ensure sustainable forestry, and contribute to the achievement of several Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations linked with forest biodiversity.
  • Social Reality Construction of Muhammadiyah Citizens in Respect of LAZISMU during the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Radhiyatul Fithri; Baidarus Baidarus (Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang, 2021-12-01)
    For the Indonesian people, LAZISMU, as an Islamic philanthropic institution, shapes the cultural character of zakat, infaq, and alms. Furthermore, following the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic, the Muhammadiyah encouraged LAZISMU with raising funds for the program under the slogan "Together Against the Corona Virus." LAZISMU Riau and Pekanbaru city continue to strive to become professional zakat institutions with good governance as a place for distributing charity funds to the public and Persyarikatan members in particular. Muhammadiyah citizens' attitudes toward these two LAZISMUs, on the other hand, are not directly proportional to their engagement in LAZISMU's programs. Muhammadiyah citizens, in particular, believe that LAZISMU Pekanbaru City is a professional Amil Zakat Institution with good governance. The construction of this social reality, however, has not been able to increase their participation in tithing to LAZISMU. This is not the same case with LAZISMU Riau, which was known as an institution with poor governance. However, the ideological aspect is a factor that encourages Muhammadiyah citizens to participate in the LAZISMU program.
  • Subjektivní a objektivní dimenze lidské práce: napětí při jejich realizaci ve firemní praxi

    Lorman, Jaroslav; Sládek, Karel; Roubal, Tomáš (2013)
    Subjective and objective dimension of human work: the tension in their realisation in corporate experience thesis / Tomáš Roubal The thesis deals with a situation that is relatively often and by many experienced in the current world of gainful work: the tension / conflict / ethical challenge that a human can experience and feel in his work in situations of long-term imbalance in realisation its objective and subjective side. A working man can oftentimes perceive this situation as a crisis of meaningfulness of the profession he performs and therefore also as an insistent question of his own value. The thesis pursues the topic from the positions of theological ethics and psychology: - presents the problems / conflict through a particular case of a worker in the financial sector, - approaches the generalizable sources, causes, consequences, risks of he problems / conflict, - expresses the concept of theological ethics and its evaluation of human labour as a value basis for further following of the topic, - presents the impulses that accent the possibilities and perspectives of an individual person in their reasoning, decision making and actions in a potential particular situation of the type of conflict in question. The thesis accentuates the individual-ethical, especially interpersonal dimension of...
  • The Evaluation of University Good Governance by Autonomy and Accountability

    Hossein Ahmadi Rezaei; Mostafa Edjtehadi; Nadergoli Gourchian; Amir Hossein MohammadDavoudi (Iran Strategic Management Society, 2017-05-01)
    This is a descriptive research and its aim to examine and assess the degree and sufficiency of university autonomy in the four area of institutional, financial, staff, and academic and also the degree of accountability of branches to their external stakeholders. At first, on the base of the library research, the researcher studied many articles and books to find out and determine the essential components of university autonomy and provided for ten higher education specialists to have their opinions about them. Besides, he studied Islamic Azad University rules and regulations and also interviewed with university chancellors, Deans, Head of the Department and academic staff with regard to autonomy and accountability of the branches. Since the gathering of data was done by questionnaire and interviews, therefore it was a mixed method. The instrument for gathering data was a researcher-made questionnaire with a five- point  Likert scale and its calculated Alpha was ./953. This means that the instrument was reliable. Data were obtained randomly from academic staffs on the base of Morgan table (105) at Islamic Azad University branches in Qazvin province. The data were analyzed using percentage and five-point Likert scale to objectively determine the degree of accountability and the sufficiency of the university autonomy for good governance of their branches at the four area of autonomy from the view point of academic staffs. The analysis of data in relation to research questions were investigated, using one-sample t-test by means of version 18 of SPSS software. The findings indicated that the degree of autonomy in the four areas was not sufficient to govern the university well and at the end the issue under the investigation was analyzed and some solutions were given to increase the accountability of the Islamic Azad University branches.
  • Impacto da ajuda externa nas reformas políticas dos países africanos de renda baixa: o caso de Moçambique (1990-2016).

    Tang, Yi Shin; Fontes, Policarpo Oscar (Biblioteca Digital de Teses e Dissertações da USPUniversidade de São PauloInstituto de Relações Internacionais, 2022-02-21)
    Será que ajuda externa tem efeito na qualidade de governança e democracia dos Países em Desenvolvimento de Renda Baixa como Moçambique? Neste trabalho analisa-se a relação entre a ajuda externa e reformas políticas nos países africanos de baixa renda com enfoque no estudo de caso de Moçambique, de 1990 até 2016. Este trabalho pretende refletir sobre a influência da ajuda externa no processo de democratização e boa governação. Argumenta-se que a ajuda externa por via de condicionalidades políticas têm impacto negativo na qualidade da democracia e boa governança nos países em desenvolvimento, em particular Moçambique. Para tal, analisa-se as condições pelas quais a ajuda externa afetou a trajetória democrática de Moçambique, desde a transição de sistema socialista para a democracia nos primórdios da década de 1990 até 2016.
  • Local Horizons of Governance. Social Conditions for Good Governance in Rural Development in Poland

    Knieć Wojciech; Goszczyński Wojciech (Sciendo, 2022-03-01)
    The last thirty years have radically changed the nature of local resource management in rural communities throughout Poland (as well as in some other Central and Eastern European countries). New metamorphosis, policy, and funding mechanisms related to Poland’s political transformation and accession to the European Union have radically changed the character of institutions and tools available in rural development. Local communities have evolved along with improved education levels, decline in agricultural employment rates, and increased migrations to cities and Western Europe. This article presents the social conditions for the good governance processes in a selected region of Poland. Based on their extended quantitative and qualitative research, the authors discuss a number of phenomena such as the low effectiveness of collective actions, dense networks of informal relations, and the lack of trust in public service institutions despite the deregulation of certain powers. The ethnographic study reveals that while their overall picture may seem quite uniform, local rural communities in Poland tend to differ depending on the economic structure, history, and cultural identity of their inhabitants. Finally, the article analyses difficulties in the implementation of the good governance mechanisms within the country’s local rural communities.
  • The Supreme Court Of Pakistan And Institutionalization: The Case Study Of National Reconciliation Ordinance: Nauman Reayat, Dr. Anwar Ul Mujahid Shah, Dr.muhammad Kaleem, Syed Arshad Ali Shah

    Superior University, 2020
    The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) is one of the pillars of the Government of Pakistan, which is not only a player in the game of governance, but also has the capacity to rewrite the rules of the game in favor of institutionalization. Various organizations of the state started organizing themselves around rules and hence gave rise to an institutionalized form of constitutional governance. In case of NRO, SCP upheld supremacy of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973, independent of political considerations. It's emphasis on the constitution has driven the process of governance in the country in the direction of institutionalization. This research aims to discover the institutional role of Supreme Court of Pakistan in good governance through its verdict(s) on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). The way in which stability, coherence, adaptability, and autonomy have been achieved by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the said case will be traced and analyzed.
  • Good Governance in Education Department Indonesia: Balanced Scorecard Framework

    Khusnul Khotimah; Neti Karnati; Sutjipto Sutjipto (International Journal of Social Science Research and Review, 2022-04-01)
    The main objective of this study was to find a framework for good governance in the education department using the balanced scorecard model. The method used qualitative research with an evaluation model. Data were collected through the process of observation, interviews and documents. The data were analyzed through the process of data reduction, data presentation and concluding. The results of the study found that governance at the education office in East Kalimantan was good from the aspect of stakeholders, internal processes and financial management. The improvement that must be done is in customer service. The concept of satisfaction from parties outside the education office is an important item for improving stakeholder services. In addition, the complaint website must be made clearer through the standard operating procedure flow. So, it can be concluded that the aspect of good governance has been realized in the management of the education office. The recommendations given to the education office in East Kalimantan are the concept of transparent performance appraisal, development of information and communication technology.
  • L’émergence des élites techniciennes dans la planification participative à Zhuhai

    Liao Liao (Centre d’études en gouvernance de l’Université d’Ottawa / Centre on Governance University of Ottawa, 2019-01-01)
    Depuis les années 1990, la gouvernance participative se généralise dans le monde entier en tant que mode de gouvernance. Cette notion de gouvernance participative séduit également les autorités chinoises, qui cherchent à se transformer et à se légitimer au fil des développements de leur société et des modèles qui circulent de manière transnationale. De nombreuses expérimentations en termes de gouvernance participative ont été mises en place en Chine, du budget participatif à la planification participative. Bien que l’État central ait mis l’accent sur la notion de gouvernance participative, celle-ci reste encore en expérimentation de manière très variée selon les niveaux locaux. Dans cet article, nous allons d’abord traiter du contexte de développement de la participation en Chine, depuis l’État jusqu’aux pratiques locales, tout en évoquant différentes catégories de participation. Nous mettrons en lumière également certains facteurs importants qui favorisent l’émergence de la planification participative et ses implications à l’échelle du quartier. Ensuite, à partir d’une étude de cas approfondie, nous examinerons la planification participative en analysant tour à tour l’objectif, la stratégie et le processus de cette participation. Puis, en nous appuyant sur une approche de sociologie politique, nous mettrons l’accent sur la transformation des acteurs de cette participation à Zhuhai, près de Macao, qui passeront d’« experts techniques » à « élite technicienne ». La quatrième partie montrera le rôle de ces élites techniciennes. En conclusion, nous discuterons de la participation à la chinoise et de ses implications sur le régime local à Zhuhai.
  • Providing a model of good e-governance in the online business environment of the insurance industry

    Pedram Abdarzadeh; Taher Roshandel Arbatani; Masoud Keimasi; Seyed Vahid Aqili (University of Tehran, 2022-01-01)
    Objective In recent years, advances in information and communication technology have led to the beginning of a new era of public sector reform and formation of e-business. One of the consequences of the formation of e-business is the development of good governance in society.   Methodology As an applied sturdy, the statistical population of the present research included experts in the field of governance, e-commerce and insurance.  A combination of judgmental and snowball sampling methods was applied as the sampling method. Initially, experts who were familiar with the field were selected and then were asked to introduce the other experts to the researchers. Eventually, 15 interviewees were selected pool of participants. In this research, interview tools were used to gather the views.   Findings The obtaind esults showed that the causal conditions (i.e. increasing the Internet penetration, developing the use of information technology, new expectations of insurance industry stakeholders, the need to establish an integrated insurance system), the underlying conditions (i.e. main insurance policies, information technology infrastructure and new technologies in the insurance industry, legal considerations, limitations of digital technology development), intervention conditions (specific features of insurance services, systematic attitude of managers, level of digital knowledge,skills, and digital culture), the cCore category (good e-governance in the insurance industry business environment), the strategies (improving interaction between insurance industry institutions, developing e-insurance, effective investment in information technology, strengthening digital culture), the consequential categories (efficient and effective interaction of insurance industry institutions, digital transformation in the insurance industry, the increase the satisfaction insurers and promoting justice and social welfare) are affecting the good governance of e-business in the online business environment in the insurance industry.   Conclusion The achieved results indicated the effect of each of the different categories on good e-governance in the online business environment in the insurance industry. Therefore, to succeed, special attention must be paid to these categories.
  • Responsible Leadership And Knowledge Sharing In High Tech Firms: Assessing The Role Of Helping Initiative And Leader's Empathy On Job Performance: Kamran Ali, Dr. Muhammad Siddique Malik, Naila Kausar, Muhammad Amir Ch, Hadiqa Liaqat

    Superior University, 2021
    The current study is having the capacity to address the major ongoing issues of the IT sector of Pakistan, as the underlying sector is facing issues regarding the job performance of the employees. Responsible leadership is got importance due to its emergence in this sector. In order to check the impact of responsible leadership and knowledge sharing on job performance, this study has also incorporated the moderating factor of leader empathy and mediating role of helping initiatives at the workplace as well. For the completion of the study, a sample of 273 respondents was drawn out of the population in order to generalize the results to the whole population. These respondents were taken out from the IT sector of Pakistan, SPSS and AMOS were used to analyse the data. Through the help of the analysis, the researcher found out that there is no impact of responsible leadership on job performance and no impact has been observed while studying the knowledge sharing and helping initiatives as well. The rest of the study hypothesis are proved significant. This is also having its practical, theoretical, and policy-making contributions. This study is also significant by its nature as it took the leader empathy as a moderator to check the job performance of employees of the high technological sector of Pakistan.
  • Profile in Public Integrity: Robert Lafrenière

    Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity, (Scholarship Archive, 2016-01-01)
    Robert Lafrenière is the Commissioner of Quebec’s Permanent Anti-Corruption Unit (l’Unité permanente anticorruption, or UPAC), which he has led since its creation in 2011. In early 2016, he was appointed to a second five-year term. Prior to UPAC, Lafrenière served for two years as Deputy Minister of Quebec’s Ministry of Public Safety (ministère de la Sécurité publique du Québec, or MSP). Earlier in his career, Lafrenière served in Quebec’s provincial police force (Sûreté du Québec), and taught policing at the Collège de Maisonneuve in Montreal.
  • The United Nations Global Compact:Retrospect and Prospect

    Rasche, Andreas; Waddock, Sandra; McIntosh, Malcolm (2013)
    This article reviews the interdisciplinary literature on the UN Global Compact. The review identifies three research perspectives, which scholars have used to study the UN Global Compact so far: a historical perspective discussing the Global Compact in the context of UN-business relations, an operational perspective discussing the composition and impact of its participants, as well as a governance perspective discussing the constraints and opportunities of the initiative as an institutionalized arena for addressing global governance gaps. The authors contrast these three perspectives and identify key empirical as well as conceptual scholarly contributions. The remainder of this article contains focused summaries of the articles selected for this Special Issue. All articles are introduced and evaluated against the background of the three research perspectives.
  • The United Nations Global Compact:Retrospect and Prospect

    Rasche, Andreas; Waddock, Sandra; McIntosh, Malcolm (2013)
    This article reviews the interdisciplinary literature on the UN Global Compact. The review identifies three research perspectives, which scholars have used to study the UN Global Compact so far: a historical perspective discussing the Global Compact in the context of UN-business relations, an operational perspective discussing the composition and impact of its participants, as well as a governance perspective discussing the constraints and opportunities of the initiative as an institutionalized arena for addressing global governance gaps. The authors contrast these three perspectives and identify key empirical as well as conceptual scholarly contributions. The remainder of this article contains focused summaries of the articles selected for this Special Issue. All articles are introduced and evaluated against the background of the three research perspectives.
  • Building Blocks for Good Governance in Cameroon Schools: Survey of Government Secondary Schools of Garoua 1 Sub-Division, North Region of Cameroon

    David, T. J. (Takang) (Research Parks Publishing, 2022)
    South East European University in Macedonia in 2010 introduced five key words (building blocks) for good governance which can be applied in any organization (participation, strategic vision, performance, accountability, transparency). These key words were validated by the United Nations Development Program and veted to be good governance assessment methodology. This methodology provided the tools for assessing the governance in the education sector. This study titled “BUILDING BLOCKS FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE IN CAMEROON SCHOOLS: SURVEY OF GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF GAROUA 1 SUB-DIVISION, NORTH REGION OF CAMEROON” endeavor to find out whether these key words listed above are applied in Cameroonian secondary schools for good governance. To come out with the findings, 4 government secondary schools were selected randomly out of 6 in the Garoua 1 sub-division. In each school, one vice-principal and one discipline master, fifteen teachers, and 5 students where conveniently selected making a total of seventy three (73) participants of the study. Following the survey, statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) was used to analyze the data using frequencies, tables and percentages. To corroborate the findings, an interview schedule was generated and was administered to the Divisional Delegate of Secondary Education for the Benoue Division and the Regional Delegate of Secondary Education for the North Region of Cameroon. The main finding of the study shows that most schools surveyed use mainly participation and performance which in the most part were epileptically used. The researcher concluded by recommending a more versatile approach in school governance using all the key words (building blocks) and recommended regular seminars and workshops, production of leaflets regarding the key words for school administrators and teachers on how they can be effectively applied in governing schools.
  • Ethical Leadership Style and Employee Job Satisfaction: The Mediating role of Trust and Work Engagement in the Ghana Education Service

    Adam Issahak Salifu; Huming Zhu; Hassan Rakib (2022-05-10)
    Abstract: This study examines the impact of ethical leadership style on employee job satisfaction. To further enrich the debate around leadership style and job satisfaction relationship, the mediating role of trust and employee work engagement were accounted for in the Ghana education service sector. Owing to the nature of the study, the data collected were in longitudinal form. The questionnaires were given out to randomly chosen respondents from the Ghana education service. The survey considered the age, educational level and employee position in the education service. 321 out of 500 sets of questionnaires distributed were valid for coding, analyzing and testing the hypothesis. Collected data were then analyzed. The Structural Equation Model (SEM) was used to run the analysis. Prior to running and analyzing the model, several statistical tests were executed to test the validity and reliability of the dataset. Results from the findings reveal that there is statistically significant positive relationship between ethical leadership style and job satisfaction among employees at the Ghana education service. The results further showed a significant mediating effect of work engagement in the relationship between ethical leadership and employee job satisfaction. The study concluded by informing policy for both theory and practice. Keywords: employee engagement, ethical leadership, job satisfaction, trust. Title: Ethical Leadership Style and Employee Job Satisfaction: The Mediating role of Trust and Work Engagement in the Ghana Education Service Author: Adam Issahak Salifu, Huming Zhu, Hassan Rakib International Journal of Novel Research in Marketing Management and Economics ISSN 2394-7322 Vol. 9, Issue 2, May 2022 - August 2022 Page No: 1-11 Novelty Journals Website: www.noveltyjournals.com Published Date: 10-May-2022 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6536303 Paper download link (Source): https://www.noveltyjournals.com/upload/paper/Ethical%20Leadership%20Style-10052022-5.pdf
  • Post-conflict governments in Lebanon : the factors of success and failure

    Hindlsová, Lucie; Riegl, Martin; Potapkina, Viktoria (2011)

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