This study analyses the role of leadership on a company’s orientation towards corporate responsibility and sustainability. After presenting the theoretical background, this empirical research sheds light on the extent to which the leadership model allows CSR implementation. The case studies of two large companies in different countries (Italy and Romania) led by managers and entrepreneurs with common traits in their sustainable leadership styles emphasize the role of the value-driven and ethical-based construct in forging the sustainable and servant leadership model that influences CSR-driven strategies.

Responsible Leadership for Corporate Responsibility

Mara Del Baldo
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2018-01-01

Abstract

This study analyses the role of leadership on a company’s orientation towards corporate responsibility and sustainability. After presenting the theoretical background, this empirical research sheds light on the extent to which the leadership model allows CSR implementation. The case studies of two large companies in different countries (Italy and Romania) led by managers and entrepreneurs with common traits in their sustainable leadership styles emphasize the role of the value-driven and ethical-based construct in forging the sustainable and servant leadership model that influences CSR-driven strategies.
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