Ethical leaders attract talent

Leaders who espouse ethical beliefs are perceived to be kinder and fairer to their employees.

by Jane Simms


    •    A demonstrably ethical CEO is a far greater draw for bright young talent than CSR initiatives, which are often seen as ‘PR puff’.

    •    Organisations need to communicate these personal ethical values carefully so as not to create similar scepticism about their motivation.

Sign in to continue

Sign in

Trouble signing in?

Reset password: Click here


Call: 020 8267 8121



  • Up to 3 free articles every 90 days
  • Free email bulletins

Register Now

Take a free trial

Get 30 days unrestricted access to:

  • All the latest news, trends, and developments.
  • Exclusive interviews with CEOs and thought-leaders
  • MT Classroom - giving you an academic grounding without expensive courses
  • Management Matters and other in-depth content.
  • Daily bulletins straight to your inbox

Take a free trial today