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Christian Voegtlin
University of Zurich
Corporate social responsibilityLeadership styleNeuroleadershipPublic relationsLeadership studies
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#1Christian VoegtlinH-Index: 9
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The grand challenges that humanity faces—poverty, inequality, hunger, conflict, climate change, deforestation—hinder the progress of sustainable development. These issues can only be addressed by f...
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#1Christian VoegtlinH-Index: 9
#2Andreas Georg Scherer (UZH: University of Zurich)H-Index: 29
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#1Christian VoegtlinH-Index: 9
#2Colina Frisch (HSG: University of St. Gallen)
Last. Pascale Schwab (UZH: University of Zurich)
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This article develops theory on responsible leadership based on a model involving three leadership roles: an expert who displays organizational expertise, a facilitator who cares for and motivates employees and a citizen who considers the consequences of her or his decisions for society. It draws on previous responsible leadership research, stakeholder theory and theories of behavioral complexity to conceptualize the roles model of responsible leadership. Responsible leadership is positioned as ...
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#1Christian Voegtlin (UZH: University of Zurich)H-Index: 9
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Research on employer attractiveness has investigated the relation between various signals sent by the organization and the attractiveness of the organization as a potential employer, but has so far neglected the role the CEO can play in this process. We investigate through a series of experimental studies, how and under what conditions a specific signal, i.e., CEO sociopolitical activism, affects job pursuit intentions. CEO sociopolitical activism receives increasing attention, both from scholar...
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#1Christian VoegtlinH-Index: 9
Last. Diana C. RobertsonH-Index: 22
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#1Moritz PatzerH-Index: 5
#2Christian VoegtlinH-Index: 9
Last. Andreas Georg SchererH-Index: 29
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The transition from modern to postmodern society leads to changing expectations about the purpose and responsibility of leadership. Habermas’s social theory provides a useful analytical tool for understanding current societal transition processes and exploring their implications for the responsibility of business vis-a-vis society. We argue that integrative responsible leadership, in particular, can contribute to the reconciliation of business with societal goals. Integrative responsible leaders...
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#1Diana C. Robertson (UPenn: University of Pennsylvania)H-Index: 22
#2Christian Voegtlin (UZH: University of Zurich)H-Index: 9
Last. Thomas Maak (UniSA: University of South Australia)H-Index: 19
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Recent advances in cognitive neuroscience research portend well for furthering understanding of many of the fundamental questions in the field of business ethics, both normative and empirical. This article provides an overview of neuroscience methodology and brain structures, and explores the areas in which neuroscience research has contributed findings of value to business ethics, as well as suggesting areas for future research. Neuroscience research is especially capable of providing insight i...
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#1Christian Voegtlin (UZH: University of Zurich)H-Index: 9
#2Andreas Georg Scherer (UZH: University of Zurich)H-Index: 29
Earth’s life-support system is facing megaproblems of sustainability. One important way of how these problems can be addressed is through innovation. This paper argues that responsible innovation that contributes to sustainable development (SD) consists of three dimensions: (1) innovations avoid harming people and the planet, (2) innovations ‘do good’ by offering new products, services, or technologies that foster SD, and (3) global governance schemes are in place that facilitate innovations tha...
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