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Ethical Leadership

October 09 2019 - by CARICAD Leadership Development Programme

As part of the Caribbean Leadership Programme's (CLP) over-arching objective to develop a dynamic, integrated and renewable community of adaptive leaders to transform the public services of the Region, we have produced a series of short interviews on thought leadership.

 

In this episode, you will hear from Mrs. Esther Inniss, former Deputy Registrar at the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago (and CLP Alumna) on ethical leadership.

 

 

 

To learn more about CARICAD's Leadership Development Programme, please visit www.caribbeanleadership.org. To learn more about the Caribbean Centre for Development Administration, please visit www.caricad.net

 

 

 

 

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Stacia Huggins-Foy - Reply

I am an individual who believes in fairness and transparency in all that I do.  When dealing with certain matters, I am conscious that while I maintain control, my facial expressions are not tell a different story.  Nonetheless, I know that I am a work in progress and need to continue to practice ways of control.  I am aware of triggers, alike and am trying my best in finding ways to control my action to such.

Lois Parkes

Thanks for your response. 

Shirlian Queeley - Reply

I firmly believe ethical leadership is critical to the success and functioning of any organization, particularly in the public sector. This is because an ethical leader which is a good leader respects and values the rights of others; is impartial and have proper work ethics. Hence, ethics and effective leadership go hand in hand. I strongly agree with the interviewee Mrs Esther Iniss that ethics should be a lifestyle and something one should emulate to have.
 
I also concur that ethics and leadership should not only be incorporated into orientation and induction sessions for new employees but,  all employees at varying levels in the public and private sector should receive constant coaching and mentoring on ethics and leadership as well as new Parliamentarians.
 
I fully support teaching ethics and leadership to individuals at a young age to ensure that it is ingrained in them from a tender age and therefore, would stay with them throughout their adult life.
 
In concluding, the take-home message from this interview for me is that we should be good role models so others can emulate us. We should define and understand our identity and our values and principles must dictate our behaviour in personal and public life. All leaders should embrace ethics.

Shirlian Queeley - Reply

I firmly believe ethical leadership is critical to the success and functioning of any organization, particularly in the public sector. This is because an ethical leader which is a good leader respects and values the rights of others; is impartial and have proper work ethics. Hence, ethics and effective leadership go hand in hand. I strongly agree with the interviewee Mrs Esther Iniss that ethics should be a lifestyle and something one should emulate to have.
 
I also concur that ethics and leadership should not only be incorporated into orientation and induction sessions for new employees but,  all employees at varying levels in the public and private sector should receive constant coaching and mentoring on ethics and leadership as well as new Parliamentarians.
 
I fully support teaching ethics and leadership to individuals at a young age to ensure that it is ingrained in them from a tender age and therefore, would stay with them throughout their adult life.
 
In concluding, the take-home message from this interview for me is that we should be good role models so others can emulate us. We should define and understand our identity and our values and principles must dictate our behaviour in personal and public life. All leaders should embrace ethics.

Shirlian Queeley - Reply

I firmly believe ethical leadership is critical to the success and functioning of any organization, particularly in the public sector. This is because an ethical leader which is a good leader respects and values the rights of others; is impartial and have proper work ethics. Hence, ethics and effective leadership go hand in hand. I strongly agree with the interviewee Mrs Esther Iniss that ethics should be a lifestyle and something one should emulate to have.
 
I also concur that ethics and leadership should not only be incorporated into orientation and induction sessions for new employees but,  all employees at varying levels in the public and private sector should receive constant coaching and mentoring on ethics and leadership as well as new Parliamentarians.
 
I fully support teaching ethics and leadership to individuals at a young age to ensure that it is ingrained in them from a tender age and therefore, would stay with them throughout their adult life.
 
In concluding, the take-home message from this interview for me is that we should be good role models so others can emulate us. We should define and understand our identity and our values and principles must dictate our behaviour in personal and public life. All leaders should embrace ethics.

Shirlian Queeley - Reply

I firmly believe ethical leadership is critical to the success and functioning of any organization, particularly in the public sector. This is because an ethical leader which is a good leader respects and values the rights of others; is impartial and have proper work ethics. Hence, ethics and effective leadership go hand in hand. I strongly agree with the interviewee Mrs Esther Iniss that ethics should be a lifestyle and something one should emulate to have.
 
I also concur that ethics and leadership should not only be incorporated into orientation and induction sessions for new employees but,  all employees at varying levels in the public and private sector should receive constant coaching and mentoring on ethics and leadership as well as new Parliamentarians.
 
I fully support teaching ethics and leadership to individuals at a young age to ensure that it is ingrained in them from a tender age and therefore, would stay with them throughout their adult life.
 
In concluding, the take-home message from this interview for me is that we should be good role models so others can emulate us. We should define and understand our identity and our values and principles must dictate our behaviour in personal and public life. All leaders should embrace ethics.

Shirlian Queeley - Reply

I firmly believe ethical leadership is critical to the success and functioning of any organization, particularly in the public sector. This is because an ethical leader which is a good leader respects and values the rights of others; is impartial and have proper work ethics. Hence, ethics and effective leadership go hand in hand. I strongly agree with the interviewee Mrs Esther Iniss that ethics should be a lifestyle and something one should emulate to have.
 
I also concur that ethics and leadership should not only be incorporated into orientation and induction sessions for new employees but,  all employees at varying levels in the public and private sector should receive constant coaching and mentoring on ethics and leadership as well as new Parliamentarians.
 
I fully support teaching ethics and leadership to individuals at a young age to ensure that it is ingrained in them from a tender age and therefore, would stay with them throughout their adult life.
 
In concluding, the take-home message from this interview for me is that we should be good role models so others can emulate us. We should define and understand our identity and our values and principles must dictate our behaviour in personal and public life. All leaders should embrace ethics.