Democratic systems of public administration draw on various schools of political leadership to promote administrative ethics and public responsibility. Contemporary public administrators justify their public leadership through a blend of ethics around pragmatism (Mill's utilitarianism), principle (Kant's deontology or duty-based ethics) and prudence (Aristotle's ethical and political theory). Prudential Public Leadership brings Aristotle back into the front rank of studies of administrative leadership, based in part on the now-neglected reliance on Aristotle by the innovators who shaped the system of democratic public administration in the late nineteenth century.This decision to engage with followers builds on Gladstonea#39;s important understanding of the lesson of Thersitesawhich is that leaders who fail to account to their ... Gladstone was one of the political founders of the modern British civil service and this significant institutional reform to promote ... A model of deliberative leadership charts a course away from the leader as dictator toward one of the leader asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Prudential Public Leadership|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-06-17|