Leaders are exposed to many different sources of ethics education and training. For instance, MBA and other academic programs often have a specific course or learning outcome devoted to ethical practice, organizations often require ethics training for all employees, especially leaders, and there are numerous ethical guidelines that exist that can help leaders avoid ethical violations. However, some leaders continue to commit ethical violations, which raises questions about the root causes of such behavior. As observed with Enron’s corporate leadership, known for one of the largest corporate bankruptcies in American history due to deceptive financial practices, the repercussions for unethical leadership may be irreparable
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