Each student will write a paper that discusses and responds to the principal cha

Each student will write a paper that discusses and responds to the principal challenges to the possibility of ethical leadership: the corruptive nature of power, ends justifying the means (dirty hands) and being good among so many who are good (Ciulla, 2002).
In our text, these challenges may be stated differently. Specifically, you may wish to focus on the impacts of success in leadership (corruptive nature of leadership); justification based on intent, means or outcome (ends/means); and individual versus group-centric approaches to leadership ethics (being good among many who are good). Please write to me if you need any assistance!
Overcoming these challenges can be argued to be the central problem for both the theory and practice of moral leadership. It is an enduring problem for students of leadership and scholarship in leadership ethics.
Students should demonstrate original and well-supported conclusions about appropriate responses to these challenges. Such conclusions may be based in research, including review of selected major works and major issues, in the fields of moral theory, moral psychology, practical ethics and leadership studies. Multiple references from multiple sources, including opposing points of view, are expected.
Students ethical self-awareness, particularly as a leader, should be demonstrated. Furthermore, regardless of solutions offered, students should demonstrate abilities to recognize, understand, apply and evaluate different ethical, moral perspectives and concepts.
Students should conclude with findings and conclusions from which they derive a personal code of leadership ethics (principles and values). This personal code should include civic identity and the ethical and professional responsibilities of a leader.
Papers must include appropriate citations. Online sites that are peer reviewed (e.g., not Wikipedia) may be used as long as such references are held to a minimum and are clearly identified with an author and internal citations as appropriate. Papers should be at least 2,500 words.