Ethical Leadership in Sport: What’s Your ENDgame?
This is a practical guide on how to navigate the complexities of ethical leadership in sport, while recognizing the increasing pressure placed on individuals and organizations to win and be exemplary role models. While you and most leaders know right from wrong, giving voice to your values isn’t always straightforward. This book explores how to approach the ethical decisions, dilemmas, and valuebased conflicts that emerge for leaders in sports organizations in order to make good choices, drive a sound culture, and reduce the risk of going awry. The approach in this book is two-fold: Coaching to help you learn how to make and act on an ethical decision when faced with a dilemma, and an exploration of those deep personal values and beliefs about sport that underpin your actions. This book considers ethics in the context of modern sport and highlights the classic ethical traps and cultural slippery slopes to avoid using case studies and examples.
About the Author
Pippa Grange is a sports psychologist specializing in the area of ethics, leadership, and culture, primarily in elite sport. She holds a Doctor of Applied Psychology from Victoria University and is a Vincent Fairfax Fellow graduate through the St. James Ethics Centre in Sydney. As founder and director of Bluestone Edge, she works as a consultant to some of the key brands in elite sport. She also works with senior leadership teams in the corporate sector and is an international keynote speaker.
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