Book Review: Engaging Millennials for Ethical Leadership
Bridging the gap between a theoretical treatment of ethical leadership and a practitioner's how-to guide to engage millennials in ethical leadership, McManus Warnell (2015) has delivered a timely and valuable resource for academics and managers alike. Grounded in sound research and infused with thought leaders best practices, the insights offered in this book provide valuable tips for managers, helpful guidelines for business school curriculum development, and a trove of ideas for future research directions. McManus Warnell (2015) artfully melds the academically rigorous with a pragmatic approach to ethical engagement of today's rising leaders.
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Publication date: July 1, 2015
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