Warren g. bennis an ethical leader

A. Warren G. Bennis was an ethical leader who advocated and emphasized on humanistic and democratic styles of leadership.
B. He recognized the core concepts of leadership by emphasizing attention through vision, which he believed drew other people such as subordinates in; meaning through communication by believing that all leaders have the capability to communicate their core values and vision and bring it back to life for other people.
C. Emphasized the need for trust through positioning by creating actions for the implementation of the vision, which he believed earned trust for the leaders
D. He advocated the self-deployment through positive self-regarding, which creates intense commitment and vision and draws other people in.
E. He advocated adhocracy as opposed to hierarchy, bureaucratic and centralized control types of leadership in organizations by championing for sharing of leadership and responsibility based on task forces or groups’ abilities or qualifications for the particular groups (Bennis & Nanus, 2004).
F. He consulted widely with both political and corporate leaders in further advocating for his ethical type of leadership; by recognizing the imperative role, other people play in both an organization setting and the outside world (Northouse, 2007).
MP 3
A. I have learned from the essay that I am a visionary leader.
B. I approach personal and group issues based on insight and self-imagination.
C. I am a risk-taker and always try to make predictions of what is going to happen.
D. I have charismatic attributes and good communication skills that define my leadership skills (Manning & Robertson, 2002).
E. I believe I developed my leadership style and skills from the leadership positions I have held and a little from research especially from my course unit
Therefore, it is evident that Warren G. Bennis was an ethical leader who advocated ethical leadership and emphasized the concepts of ethical leadership through his humanistic and democratic styles of leadership. Although he demonstrated little advocacy for visionary leadership, he is one of the heroic figures in history who extensively explored the concept of leadership. Thus, who is a successful leader, an ethical or visionary leader remains a contentious issue to date.