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Ethical Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector

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Published on Apr 27, 2012

According to the publisher of Business Ethics magazine, the "debate has shifted from whether to be ethical to how to be ethical." What does that look like in the non-profit sector? How do top managers interpret and uphold the values of the organization and set the cultural tone? They are role models in terms of both words and actions, although what they do is far more important than what they say. Join in the discussion. We will look at examples of decisions made by nonprofit leaders through an ethical lens, discuss core values and personal beliefs and come up with a sample code of ethics for all organizations to abide by.

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Jane Van Buren, PhD, the executive director of Women Helping Battered Women which is a community-based non-profit organization based in Burlington, VT. She is an adjunct faculty member at UVM, teaching courses in the MPA program and runs a non-profit management consulting business.

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