There is an evident difference between a leader and a boss, and the way they make those below them feel. Do they abuse their power to intimidate workers, or do they lead by example? The latter is key to managing a healthy, happy team.

“In today’s transparent social media driven world, senior executives, especially those with a high profile, will be tested and called to task over their morals and ethics in how they do business,” said Shane Green, author of “Culture Hacker” (Wiley, 2017). … “How they act and interact with those around them professionally will have a significant impact on their ability to attract new talent and ultimately their bottom lines.”

Ethical leadership fosters an environment of trust and respect with workers and executives. If you want your company to reap the benefits, follow these tips to becoming an ethical leader.