Buddhist Philosophical Approach On The Leadership Ethics in Management

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Dr. Phramaha Chakrapol Acharashubho Thepa, Dr. Netnapa Sutthirat, Nongluk Phanthanaphruet, Dr. Thich Nguyen The, Asso. Prof. Dr. Chue Ming Shi, Sharma Khemraj, Dr. Phrasutthisanmethi


The current study aims to analyze leadership ethics in management, especially view on the Buddhist philosophical approach. The critical found the conception of Buddhist Ethics goes to the main idea of The Four Noble Truth and the Noble Eightfold Path act as the main core of the Buddhist principle to apply for management. The Noble Eightfold Path is the discipline that has to be internalized to practice and approach in the term of leadership ethics; (1) Management and leadership take high effects on the achievement of the leader. (2) The leadership’s function is to produce movement and constructive or adaptive change through processes. Illustration has been establishing direction through visioning, aligning people, motivating, and inspiring to the under commanded. (3) Strong leadership without flexible management comprehended messianic and culture like producing the change for the sake even if the movement is an insane direction. The possibility for take a key of the Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism for motivating leadership ethics through the end of the line is wisdom by the conduct and mental discipline.

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