Frei, F., & Morriss, A. (2020). Begin with trust. Harvard Business Review, 98(3), 112–121. I this article, the authors discuss in detail the importance of a focus by leadership on the three core drivers of trust: authenticity, logic and empathy.
Kouchaki, M., & Smith, I. H. (2020). Building an ethical career. Harvard Business Review, 98(1), 135–139. This HBR article offers insightful self-management tips for assessing the morality of one’s decisions and actions.
Epley, N., & Kumar, A. (2019). How to design an ethical organization. Harvard Business Review, 97(3), 144–150. In this article, the authors argue that to create an ethical organizational culture, not only must leaders take principles of ethics into account, but also make sure those values are etched in the design of policies and procedures and be present in everyday actions of each employee.
White, T. I. (2017). Right and wrong: A practical introduction to ethics (2nd ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. In Chapter 1 the author discussed the meaning of ethics, particularly related to the realms of philosophy, religion, and authority.
Faddis, T. (2020). The ethical line: 10 leadership strategies for effective decision making. Corwin. Read the Introduction. The author briefly presents 10 strategies that can be applied to prevent or overcome future problematic situations. All these strategies are covered in depth throughout different chapters of the book.