According to Yulk (as quoted by Miheli? et al., 2010:3), ethical leadership is a construct that appears to be ambiguous and includes various diverse elements. Yulk (2013:329) claims ethical leadership invariably involve the concept of personal integrity, and the most basic definition of integrity emphasises both honesty and consistency between a person’s espoused values and behaviour. The ethical leader is primarily responsible for promoting ethical leadership as Bello (2012:2) states ethical leaders serve as role models for their followers and demonstrate the behavioural boundaries set within an organization. The appropriate and desired behaviour is enhanced through a culture which encourages stakeholders to act in accordance with the school’s values and norms (Miheli? et al., 2010:3). Miheli? et al., (2010:3) emphasises the importance of ethical leadership and claim ethical leadership is crucial in providing direction that enables the organisation to fulfil its mission and vision and declared goals.