Today's leaders are faced with many different ethical decisions that are further highlighted by social media and a rapid news cycle. It has been established that there is no universal ethical code, nor is there one unified global culture. Leaders must continually educate themselves and their employees in proper leadership techniques, education, decision-making, and cultural understanding. Pluralism is engrained in ethics, where there are different interpretations of the same information, different ways to analyze the situation and different ethical frameworks. Pluralism can lead to different outputs and decisions across the same situation, but pluralism is not a blight on ethics but a way to understand the reason for different outcomes and feedback.
Unger, Clinton P.
"Ethical Pluralism: The Decision-Making System of a Complex World,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 15
, Article 15.
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol15/iss2/15