Following Un-Ethical Leadership

Doing what is right is really not that difficult, but for some it may be a challenge. Seeking to do the wrong thing is not something that happens immediately. We are often swayed by our own fears, rather than simply doing what is wrong. The wrong thing is often a quick solution to something that really requires work. The solution may seem simple at first, but in reality it is often unraveled into a web of deceit and corruption, which can include loss of family, friends and may at times lead to imprisonment.

Human nature tends to look for the quick solution to a problem, but we must be careful as leaders not to take short-cuts. Followers seek out those who display characteristics, which are honorable. Most everyone wants to serve with ethical leaders. People do not search for workplaces and leaders who have bad ethics. A person knows if they work for a leader with bad ethics they may eventually be mistreated, as the leader walks over the follower to gain success.

Genesis 4:7

You will be accepted if you do what is right. But if you refuse to do what is right, then watch out! Sin is crouching at the door, eager to control you. But you must subdue it and be its master.

Dr. Justin Hardcastle

Dr. Justin Hardcastle (1982) was born in Sacramento, California, grew up in multiple cities and states, and returned to The Greater Sacramento Area in 1996. For 20 years, he established influence as a leader and continues to build influence today. He teaches as a professor, special education teacher, and continues to provide leadership in multiple realms. He has won several awards. Justin is an American author, recording artist, and founder of The Leadership Bulletin, Hardcastle Solutions, and Northview Church, Inc. His life-long mission is to empower, encourage, and equip others to reach their fullest potential.

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